Practical Information for visitors to Exeter
Getting to the Met Office from Exeter by bus:


The Park and Ride service (PR2/M2) provides a regular, quick route from Exeter city centre every 12 minutes, and stops next to the main Met Office entrance on Honiton Road. This service departs from Paris Street (stop 17), or Sidwell Street (stop 19). Journey time is approximately 20 minutes.

The H1 bus service (bus route map and timetables) travels between the High Street (stop 3) or Sidwell Street (stop 21) and the Met Office bus stop, which is across the road from the Honiton Road Park and bus stop, every 15 to 30 minutes, Monday to Saturday. The journey time from central Exeter is approximately 25 minutes.

Eating in Exeter:

Exeter has several cafes, taverns and restaurants and is rated one of the top 20 cities in the UK to eat out. The exceptional quality of the food and drink in Exeter is establishing it as an area famous for award-winning restaurants, food festivals, markets and vineyards.

Read through the Exeter Eating Out Guide for a list of restaurants and other information on food in Exeter.

Visit http://www.exeterandessentialdevon.com/site/eating-and-drinking for more information on eating and drinking in Exeter.


Met Office and Exeter Map


Exeter City Center Map

Tourism in Exeter and Devon:

"With a touch of buzzy, big city atmosphere, a large student population and a thriving arts scene, Exeter is one of the liveliest cities in the southwest. The city's long heritage means there are plenty of monuments and historical attractions to occupy at least a day's sightseeing, and the excellent selection of bars, cafes and restaurants make Exeter a vibrant place to be after dark." - Lonely Planet

Climate

  • Average temperatures and rainfall:
Minimum
Maximum
Rain in cm
Feb
37°F
46°F
7.36
March
38°F
50°F
6.76
April
40°F
54°F
7.8
May
45°F
60°F
7.02