Our Address Is:
Devon Heritage Centre, Great Moor House, Bittern Road, Exeter, EX2 7NL
Exeter can be reached by air, rail, coach and car. Exeter Airport is accessible via the A30 and is only three miles east of the Devon Heritage Centre. Most major rail and bus providers travel from London and other cities to Exeter. Major road connections are via the M5 from the north, the A30 from the east, the A38 from the south and the A30 from the west.
Access to Devon Heritage Centre by Car
From the M5 Junction 30 take the A379 exit to Exeter / Exmouth / A376 / Sidmouth / A3052. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit marked Sowton Industrial Estate into Moor Lane. Turn left at the second traffic lights into Kestrel Way (second Kestrel Way turning) signposted to Devon Record Office.
From the M5 Junction 29 or from the A30 turn right following signs to the Sowton Park and Ride and A3015 to Exeter. Turn left at the filter lane before the roundabout into Moor Lane, (signed M5 South). Turn right at the second set of traffic lights into Kestrel Way.
From Exeter City Centre take the route via Heavitree Road, Fore Street, East Wonford Hill and Honiton Road (A3015). At the Moor Lane roundabout take the third exit onto Moor Lane (signed M5 South). Turn right at the second set of traffic lights into Kestrel Way.
All routes from Kestrel Way Turn right at the mini-roundabout onto Bittern Road, then turn right at the entrance signposted Great Moor House and Devon Heritage Centre. Take the second left into the Devon Heritage Centre visitors’ parking area.
Access to Devon Heritage Centre by Bus
See the Stagecoach website for details of connections from Exeter Bus Station to Sowton via the red Honiton Road Park and Ride.
Access to Devon Heritage Centre by Train
From Exeter St. David’s: take the H bus to the city centre and change to the red Honiton Road Park and Ride bus outside Next in Paris Street to continue your journey to Great Moor House; or take the 56 bus and get out at the Met Office bus stop, some yards west of our building. You will then have to Cross Honiton Road and walk down to the park and ride bus stop which is at the rear of Great Moor House. See the Stagecoach website for bus routes and timetable details.
From Exeter Central, see the Great Western Railways website for connections to Digby and Sowton, which is a 15 minute walk from the Centre.
Travelling to Devon Heritage Centre by Air
Exeter’s International Airport is situated six miles from the city centre and three miles from the Devon Heritage Centre. There are regular bus services available from the airport, and taxis are available from the Arrivals Building (booking is advised).