Crealy Adventure Park has a variety of choices to have fun with the whole family. The venue has many of theme park rides, an area where you can meet and pet farm animals--great for kids birthday parties and much more. Located along Sidmouth Road, Clyst St. Mary, Exeter. Visit www.crealy.co.uk/devon/ for more information.
Connections Discovery Centre has interactive learning stations and displays for young people to be educated about the city of Exeter's past. The centre is located along Castle Street, Exeter, Devon.
Castle Drogo was created by Sir Edwin Lutyens with the money from a wealthy English businessman, Julius Charles Drewe. The castle is a Grade I listed building and is made from granite, also said to be the last castle to ever be constructed in England. It is located at Drewsteignton, Exeter, Devon. Castle Drogo is owned and operated by the National Trust and is open for public to visit.
Exeter's Underground Passages was built during the medieval times and homes pipes that bring fresh water from the natural springs outside the city. People can actually travel under the city's streets with the said ancient passages. To learn more and tour the city's famous underground passages with an expert kindly visit it at Romangate Passage, off High Street, Exeter, Devon.
The Bill Douglas Centre for the History of Cinema and Popular Culture is located at the University of Exeter, Old Library Building, Exeter, Devon, England. The centre holds a very large variety of artifacts, books, and prints. Visit www.exeter.ac.uk/bdc for more information.