Exeter's Underground Passages

2 Paris Street Exeter
EX1 1GA
01392 665887
underground.passages@exeter.gov.uk
exeter.gov.uk

Exeter’s Underground Passages were built in the 14th & 15th centuries to bring a supply of fresh drinking water into the city. Exeter is the only city in the UK to have underground passages of this type and guided tours have taken place here since 1933. Today the passages are lit throughout, but still hold a fascination for all who enter. A visit to Exeter’s Underground Passages includes a 10 minute film presentation, 25 minute tour underground and an opportunity to explore the exhibition.

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