Best Churches in Exeter

Expert recommended Top 3 Churches in Exeter, UK. All of our churches face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes local reviews, history, trading standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and their general excellence. Only the bee's knees!


1 The Cloisters, Exeter EX1 1HS Directions

Since 1400

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Exeter Cathedral is an Anglican cathedral and Exeter's Bishop's seat in South West England's town of Exeter, Devon. It is one of England's most significant churches and one of the most beautiful Gothic architecture examples anywhere. Take in the beautiful view from the top of the Cathedral Tower, discover the dark secrets hidden beneath the Green Cathedral, or enjoy a moment of peace in the Palace Garden of the Bishop. The visual beauty is a tale of faith in stone and glass, embroidery and wood that created a religion that is alive and well and can be witnessed every day in this town.

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Western Way, Exeter EX1 2DB Directions

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Elmont Chapel is a friendly, outward-looking church with an authoritative teaching of the Bible and contemporary worship that draws them closer to their wonderful God. They meet to worship God, to encourage one another, to learn from the Bible and to help new people on their path of faith. They serve in cakes and drinks. Wheelchair access is available.

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Cathedral Close, Exeter EX1 1EZ Directions

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St Martin's Church is a 1,000-year-old church located in the middle of modern Exeter. It is one of the town's oldest buildings, consecrated a year before the Norman Conquest, and once was one of six churches clustered in the shadow of the cathedral. It is the most significant and complete church in the centre of Exeter, having escaped both Victorian refurnishing and the bombing of the Second World War which severely damaged many other churches in Exeter. Its bright, white Beer stone windows, the roughcast exterior of red volcanic stone makes it look a little like a fancy gingerbread house.


Mon - Fri 9:30 am - 5:30 pm Sat 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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