A busy, bustling commuter street!
If you are travelling to Exeter by rail, Queen Street is one of the first Exeter shopping streets you will visit. This street is home to Exeter Central Station and also one of the main routes into the city from Exeter St Davids Station. The High Street is located at one end whilst the main Exeter College is located close to the other in nearby Hele Road. With this location between the two main rail stations, the college and city centre - Queen Street, partly due to train arrivals can get quite active at times with commuters, shoppers, and students traversing the route.
Hair & beauty, music, bakers and travel shops, together with cafes, bars and access to the Guildhall and Harlequins shopping centres can all be found along this busy street. The Royal Albert Memorial Museum is located at the crossroads with Paul Street and Gandy Street. The gateway to Northernhay Gardens is virtually next to the station and the Clock Tower is the centrepiece of the roundabout at the far end going away from the centre.
Sta Travel, Music Unlimited, Aromatika, Roly's Fudge Pantry, and Poundland.
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Provided by an assortment of outlets along the street including:
Oggy Oggy Pasty, Las Iguanas, Brody's Breakfast Bistro, The Exploding Bakery, and the Queen Street Dining Quarter
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Places to see in or near Queen Street include:
Car parking close by at:
Harlequins Car Park, Bystock Terrace Car Park, Isca Place
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