An engaging and lively shopping mall with a medieval centre!
Within this busy and vibrant undercover shopping area you will find an array of popular shops intermingled with market stalls and places to eat. And in the centre
of all this activity, standing alone in a courtyard is the medieval church of St Pancras.
The centre can be accessed via High Street, North Street, through the Harlequins Centre, or by way of Queen Street. The latter's entrance is between a succession of impressive Doric columns, which were designed by local born Charles Fowler, the same architect as used for the markets of Covent Garden.
The shopping centre also hosts a range of events. In the past these have included Christmas activities and displays, the Exeter Street Food Market and various other market stall traders throughout the year.
Argos, Wilko, Mothercare, W.H.Smiths, Primark, Superdrug, and Game
Exeter Shopping Directory
Visitors are adequately catered for from the pasty shops, cafes and restaurants that include:
Oggy Oggy Pasty Company and the new dining destination of Queen St Dining that started opening from August 2016. Restaurants at Queen St Dining will include Grillstock, The Stable and Absurd Bird.
Exeter Restaurants Directory
Places to see in or near the Guildhall Shopping Centre include:
Parking for the Guildhall and the Harlequins centres is available through the adjoining multi-storey car parks that can be reached from Paul Street:
Mary Arches Street Car Park, Queen Street Car Park
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