What can I say, this was an extremely interesting and informative tour. Made much more interesting and enjoyable by Helen the red coat. She made this one and a half hour tour one that will stick in my mind for all the right reasons.Her enthusiasm...More
Exeter Red Coat Guided Tours
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Mike (guide) was a wealth of information. The 90 minutes went very quickly. The tour included areas not open to the public. The information was delivered in a very interesting way with humour. Highly recommended.
Our guide, Rob, made the tour about ‘Exeter old and new’ very interesting, explaining historic sites, place names and showing us photos of old Exeter. Even though I’ve been to the city several times I learnt a lot of new facts. Highly recommended.
Just took the Churches, Cemeteries and Catacomb tour with "Susie" A fantastic way to learn the history of Exeter. Our guide was faultless and so knowledgable. You must go on the tour. It's the law! Well done Barry. Thank you.
I'm local and had a few hours to myself. Thought I'd go on one of the Redcoat tours. I chose the medieval tour starting at 11am. The guide was called Liz and she was extremely friendly and knowledgeable. I don't want to discuss the tour...More
We set off promptly at 2:30 and although there was only us three, Mike gave us an excellent informal, sometimes humorous but very informative tour of how Exeter suffered and survived the blitz. Mike was a mine of information and was happy to answer our...More
Took the 2.30pm introduction to Exeter tour on Tuesday. Our guide, Helen, mentioned it was her first tour, but she was brilliant - so relaxed, welcoming and informative. We really enjoyed it and the tour allowed out daughter to get a good 'feel' for the...More
The tours are very informative, taken at the right pace, and help to bring the city alive by stimulating your interest in the sites you see.
Have been on a few of these tours, all of which have been both interesting and enlightening. The guides have had a great way of explaining and talking about Exeter and through in just the right amount of humour too! Tours are about an hour...More
We were on a short family break in a chilly April weekend. We got a nice retired gentleman as a guide and it really opened up bits of the city you’d never know or see by yourself. It was a great way to spend 90...More