Group visits in Exeter
RAMM welcomes groups
RAMM is an excellent venue for groups visiting Exeter. To make a group booking enquiry login or create an account on the booking website. To book a school visit to RAMM, please see information on free teacher-led visits then book your visit.
Admission to the museum is FREE and ticketed activities such as tours, hands-on learning and talks can be booked for you, either charged per head or per activity starting from as little as £2.50 per person.
Fifteen galleries of displays take visitors on a voyage of discovery from pre-history to the present day, from Exeter all around the world. With two special exhibition spaces, its changing programme means there is something different to see every visit, from national touring and contemporary shows to fine art from the city’s collection. Permanent displays draw from the city’s collection including glassware, West Country silver, clocks and watches, local history and archaeology. Exotic animals, birds and butterflies and the World Cultures galleries display stunning items from across the planet.
Situated between Rougemont and Northernhay Gardens and the city’s busy high street, the splendid Victorian building has full wheelchair access and there’s a light and airy café providing light meals, snacks and drinks and a superb new shop.
With so much to do and see groups can easily spend 2-3 hours in the museum. The museum can organise a number of activities for groups including Roman and Egyptian themed tours and hands on activities.
Historic Exeter for groups
Exeter is the perfect destination for your next group visit, both for day trips and longer visits. Visitors can delve into wonderful heritage and culture safe in the knowledge that the city is compact and easy to navigate. With over 2000 years of history, there are some fascinating attractions along with the world-class Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery. Enjoy a tour of the magnificent Exeter Cathedral and the unique Underground Passages with city tours available from Exeter’s Red Coat Guides. Visit the Custom House Visitor Centre, located in the city’s quayside area, historically a major port, and now focused towards leisure, with cafes and restaurants where groups can relax and maybe enjoy a traditional cream tea! With a variety of places to stay and a wonderful events calendar too, so why not coincide a trip to Exeter with a festival or major event. Go to www.visitexeter.com/group-visits for more information.