A street full with the great names in shopping!
This is Exeter's primary shopping street with lots of household shopping names. With the likes of Marks & Spencer, Next and the nearby John Lewis all firmly established, it's easy to see why the High Street is still Exeter's number one for retail. The car parks are close by, it's near the primary set down points for shoppers arriving by bus from the park and ride areas, and it's only moments from Exeter's main attractions.
This level street is almost completely pedestrian apart from the regular buses operating the route. As well as those already mentioned above it is home to some of the big high
street names that we have come to know such as Boots, Waterstones and House of Fraser.
The High Street is also a good place to see how the old city has been mixed with the new and more modern architecture. You could easily miss a medieval building by getting engrossed in your shopping - An occasional look up may reveal a Tudor exterior!
Boots, Waterstones, House of Fraser, Marks & Spencer, Gap, H&M, Monsoon, Laura Ashley, Lakeland, Next and many more.
Exeter Shopping Directory
Refreshment outlets include:
As well as the restaurants within the larger stores, food and drink is also available from Artigiano, Burger King, Pret A Manger and more.
Exeter Restaurants Directory
Places to see in or near the High Street include:
Car parking close by at:
Guildhall Car Park, Mary Arches Street Car Park
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