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Exeter Cathedral

Exeter Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter, is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture that dates back to the 12th century. Its stunning facade, intricate stained glass windows, and soaring vaulted ceilings make it a must-visit attraction in Exeter.
Guests can explore the cathedral's rich history, including its medieval tombs, unique astronomical clock, and tranquil cloisters. Whether you're interested in history, architecture, or simply seeking a peaceful retreat, Exeter Cathedral offers a captivating experience just a short walk from Turk's Head.
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The Royal Albert Memorial Museum

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, commonly known as RAMM, is a cultural gem located in the heart of Exeter. This award-winning museum houses a diverse collection of art, artifacts, and natural history exhibits, showcasing the region's heritage and global treasures.
Guests can immerse themselves in captivating exhibitions, from ancient Egypt to contemporary art, and discover the stories that have shaped Exeter and the world. Whether you're a history enthusiast or an art lover, RAMM offers a fascinating journey through time and culture, conveniently accessible from Turk's Head.
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Quayside & Exeter's Historic Wharf

Exeter's Quayside and Historic Wharf are vibrant hubs of activity along the picturesque River Exe. Stroll along the quayside's cobbled streets and take in the scenic views of the river while exploring charming boutiques, cozy cafes, and riverside pubs.
The Quayside is also home to the popular Exeter Quay Climbing Centre and offers opportunities for kayaking and paddleboarding on the river. With its lively atmosphere, waterside dining options, and unique shops, the Quayside is a delightful destination for guests staying at Turk's Head, just a short drive or leisurely walk away.
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Underground Passages

Delve into Exeter's intriguing history by exploring the city's Underground Passages. These medieval tunnels, built in the 14th century to supply fresh water to the city, offer a fascinating and immersive experience for visitors.
Guided tours take you beneath the streets to discover the engineering marvels of the passages, complete with interactive displays and informative guides. It's a memorable adventure that provides insight into Exeter's past and is a hidden gem waiting to be uncovered by guests of Turk's Head.
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Powerdam Castle

A short drive from Exeter, Powderham Castle is a grand historic estate that offers a glimpse into the region's aristocratic heritage. Guests can explore the castle's opulent rooms, beautifully landscaped gardens, and even enjoy a delightful afternoon tea. Additionally, Powderham hosts various events throughout the year, from garden tours to vintage car rallies, ensuring there's always something special happening for visitors. For a day of regal elegance and historical charm, Powderham Castle is a fantastic day trip option from Turk's Head.
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The Rugger is back. Think rousing anthems, killer passes and the indomitable spirit of 15 burly men! We can’t wait for the 6 Nations to start, and it’s going to be a blinder this year.

Join us to watch all the action live from the 5th of February, with a top atmosphere, fantastic seats and plenty of cold drinks on tap.

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