Museums & Galleries

Tucker’s Hall

Located on Exeter’s Fore Street, the recently refurbished Tuckers’ Hall is home to the medieval guildhall of the Weavers, Fullers and Shearman, whose members contributed so much to the prosperity of Exeter.

Address: 140 Fore Street, EX4 3AN


Phone: 01392 412348

21 The Mint

Formerly the refectory of the Benedictine Priory of St Nicholas, this building has now been lovingly restored to reveal a fascinating and varied past.

Address: Off Fore Street, EX4 3BL


Phone: 01392 436000

Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM)

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum was re-opened in December 2011. Since then it has been given the wonderful award of Museum of the Year. Originally built as a memorial to Prince Albert after his death in 1861. The museum has been quoted as ‘An Equisite jewel box of a building; a venetian casket. One of the most appealing treasures in Britain’.

New newly refurbished, the world-class museum has stunning new displays and galleries, fabulous exhibitions and modern amenities.

Open from Tuesday to Sunday 10.00am to 5.00pm. Closed Mondays and Bank Holidays. Admission FREE

Address: Queen Street, EX4 3RX

Quay House Visitor Centre

The Quay House was built in 1680-01 at the height of Exeter’s woollen cloth industry and was used to store cloth and other goods before they were loaded and transported down the canal. Today the history and development of Exeter’s Quayside is brought to life through lively displays, illustrations and artefacts at this newly refurbished visitor centre. There is also the opportunity to watch “Exeter-2,000 years of History”, an exciting audio-visual presentation highlighting Exeter’s history from Roman times to the present day. Admission FREE.

Address: 46 The Quay, EX2 4AN


Phone: 01392 271611

Exeter Phoenix

An exciting contemporary arts and media centre, with a daily programme of events including music, drama, dance, film, cabaret, literature, poetry and visual arts.


Phone: 01392 667080 for details of listings and ticket prices