Getting Active in Exeter! Family Friendly Fun for all ages
In a year when we’ve hiked into volcanoes, cruised Norway’s fjords, searched for the Loch Ness Monster & even found time to experience the thrill of a bobsleigh at Lillehammer… we’re always keen to see if we can add new experiences for our adventurous young daughters…. So where better to try and find some than during our visit to Exeter!!
Magnificent cathedral and RAMM Museum
‘Dustbin Lid’ Pizzas?
Saddles and Paddles
Despite the biting cold winds, the girls love the chance to get back onto the water and we couldn’t fault the immensely helpful staff who made it so much more enjoyable…. but with the light fading we returned the kayak and headed to Quay Climbing and a chance to get a climbing lesson followed by some ‘Clip’n’Climb’
Energetic Clip ‘n’ Climb?
Well, we can honestly say that Cafe Rouge nailed it! The Boeuf Bourguignon was as good as any of the meals we enjoyed in French ‘foodie hotspots’ like Sarlat in the Dordogne… whilst the girls loved the well priced children’s menu… But perhaps our favourite aspect, was the warm ambience of the busy restaurant… a great way to finish a busy, busy day!
our top tips to help you?
Top tip number 1 – Take time to enjoy the daily FREE award winning Red Coat Guided Tours which are provided by Exeter City Council. It is a walking tour telling the history of Exeter lasting 90 mins.
Top tip number 2 – Discover over 2000 years of Exeter’s history at the fascinating and FREE to visit Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM)
Top Tip Number 3– Bring your adventurous spirit as Exeter is full of action from indoor climbing, kayaking, high wires, amusement parks to the Exeter Chiefs!