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Red Coat Guided Tour: Exeter Old & New

Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday


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Discover the history of Exeter from pre-Roman times to the present day. Visit the 11th century Castle Gatehouse, probably Britain’s oldest surviving Norman building, and Northernhay Gardens, the first public garden in the country. The tour finishes outside the Guildhall

 

All tours depart from the Hooker Statue on Cathedral Green

Summer Programme - every Tuesday at 11am, Thursday at 2.30pm and Saturday at 2.30pm 

Walking tours last approximately 90 minutes.

Guided tours may be subject to cancellation without notice.

Guided Tours will only go ahead with a minimum of 2 people 

Please note that there is a restriction of 5 spaces per booking and only one booking per tour

If you wish to make a group booking please contact guidedtours@exeter.gov.uk

Due to the coronavirus pandemic we have had to introduce some further restrictions

  • It is advisable to book tours in advance
  • Face coverings are not mandatory but strongly recommended
  • A social distance of 2 metres is recommended
  • Do not attend a tour if you are feeling unwell
  • Tours will only enter sites or properties that are Covid secure.
  • Out of consideration for the guides and others on the tour, you must not attend if you have symptoms or have recently been exposed to Covid-19. If neither of those apply to you then we would strongly encourage you to take a lateral flow test before joining a tour, and only attend if the test is negative

Please do not just turn up to a tour if you have not booked, the guide will not let you join the tour

Prices & Booking

Free

Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturday

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Important Information

You do not need to collect tickets - Your tour guide will have your information when you meet at the Hooker statue.

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