Directions to the Devon Heritage Centre
Our address is:
Devon Heritage Centre
Great Moor House
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.
Parking at Great Moor House
Changes in Parking are planned for 2018. We will advise when these will take effect.
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. Continue along this road following signs for the Honiton Road Park and Ride. Ignore any signs turning left of this road for Devon Record Office or Great Moor House (these will shortly be removed). At the end of the road at the Moor Lane roundabout take first exit and then left into the filter lane for the Park and Ride. Enter the Park and Ride and turn left at the mini roundabout. Turn next right through the park and ride exit and the parking spaces are ahead of you on the left.
From the M5 Junction 29 or from the A30 turn right following signs to the Honiton Road Park and Ride and A3015 to Exeter. Take the second exit at the Moor Lane roundabout signposted to the Park and Ride (Honiton Road) and enter the Park and Ride. Follow directions as above.
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 last exit and enter the left filter lane for the Park and Ride. Enter the Park and Ride. Follow directions as above.
Access to Devon Heritage Centre by Bus
A number of bus services run to the centre of Exeter and to the Exeter Park and Ride bus stop to the rear of Great Moor House. Please see the travel Devon website for more information. To reach the front of Great Moor House from the Honiton Road bus stop, follow pedestrian signs to the Devon Heritage Centre by walking along the footpath to the right-hand front corner of the building, cross the road, and take the steps or the ramp to the main entrance.
Access to Devon Heritage Centre by Train
All trains arriving in Exeter stop at Exeter St David's station which is situated to the west of the city centre. You can reach Devon Heritage Centre from the station by bus, or by changing trains. You can travel from Exeter St David's or Exeter Central Station to Digby and Sowton railway station. This station is about 1 mile (20 minutes walk) from Great Moor House through the Sowton Industrial Estate. You can also reach the Devon Heritage Centre by alighting at Pinhoe railway station. This station is at least 30 minutes' walk from Devon Heritage Centre and involves walking through the Exeter Business Park.
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).