Looking for something fun to do with the children this February half term?
Head to Exeter Underground Passages to explore the world below our pavements! Exeter’s unique 14th and 15th century tunnels were built to provide the city’s residents with fresh drinking water and have been open to visitors with guided tours since 1933! The tunnels are fully lit and offer visitors plenty to engage with and inspire. A visitor information centre above the tunnels gives a fascinating overview of Exeter’s history with plenty of tales of wars and sieges, plagues and pestilence.
We have teamed up with Exeter Underground Passages to offer you the chance to win a family ticket to the tunnels to enjoy this February half term. Simply fill in the form below for your chance to enter.
Be inspired by our guest blogger, the award-winning Gina Caro’s top tips for a fun half term in Exeter with the children.