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Exeter's world-class museum has stunning displays and galleries, fabulous exhibitions and modern amenities. The displays reveal Devon and Exeter's rich history and global connections. Exotic animals, birds and insects delight children and the world...more
The RAMM (Royal Albert Memorial Museum) has been under renovation for a rather long time but since it has been reopened there has been nothing but good reviews and praise about it. I must say I agree. I have never loved a museum as much...More
Spent a few hours here with our toddler. She loved the exhibits, particularly the bugs/butterflies and the elephant. There is also a cute play area for little ones which was great.
We had a light lunch in the cafe (good coffee).
All in all a...More
The RAMM in Exeter is outstanding. I tend to be a quick museum patron preferring to just take it in rather than stop and read about everything on display. It still took me 3 hours to get around it all.
Great place for kids with...More
Fantastic, free museum. Most exhibits are from / relate to Devon, but also some global elements meaning something for everyone. All were really well displayed with excellent annotation. Huge range of subjects.
Nice gift shop and simple cafe.
We were really surprised how good, friendly...More
A visit with friends we started with coffee at opening time. Admittedly it was early in the day but not a huge selection of food, the coffee was good and strong. But why is there no option to pay by card? There is a typewritten...More
This is a wonderful museum to spend a couple of hours in. The building is well designed, there are many interesting old-school exhibits of stuffed animals and cultural artifacts from all over the world upstairs. Downstairs, there is a lot of local historical information and...More
Grab a bee trolley & hat,(sorry children only) and explore the corridors of curiosity. I love this museum, it always surprises me. Great new shop, alittle pricey but many lovely things to see. The cafe is good and a space to eat your own food....More
General admission to the displays and exhibitions is free though entry will be charged for one of the forthcoming exhibition: Garden Photographer of the Year starting 23 April - adults £4, concessions £2, under-19s free... More
General admission to the displays and exhibitions is free though entry will be charged for one of the forthcoming exhibition: Garden Photographer of the Year starting 23 April - adults £4, concessions £2, under-19s free. RAMM is open 10am to 5pm every day except Mondays and bank holidays.