Guildhall Shopping & Dining is located in the city centre of Exeter in Devon, and is easily accessible by rail, road, bus or bicycle.
Exeter central station is a minute walk away and Exeter bus and coach station in Paris Street is about a 5 minute walk.

The centre can be accessed via the High Street, North Street, through the Harlequins Centre, or Queen Street.

Parking for Guildhall Shopping & Dining is available through the adjoining pay on foot multi-storey car park which can be reached from Paul Street, or from other nearby car parks.

For Sat Nav enter the postcode EX4 3HP

For a map of Exeter click here.



By rail

There are two main-line stations that connect to most major UK cities. The main lines operate from the Midlands and the North and from London (Paddington & Waterloo).

By road

There are two main junctions (30 and 31) off the M5 motorway, one to each end of the city.

By coach

National Express coach service operates from hundreds of different places across the country to Exeter.



There is a spacious car park adjacent to the shopping centre, so you don’t have far to go with your bags and most of the spaces are undercover, so you don’t have to worry about getting caught in the rain! The car park is pay as you leave so you can spend as long as you like without worrying when your ticket expires. The pay machines accepts coins and notes.

The car park is open from 7.00am till 9.00pm and the friendly Exeter City Council staff are always around to help. If you have a problem with paying at one of the machines – simply press the “Help” button and one of the staff will come along to see you.

If that car park is full, there are a few other large ones close by:
Paul Street (by Harlequins)
Queen Street
Mary Arches Street

Disabled Parking

There are disabled parking bays in the adjacent Guildhall (Paul Street) and Mary Arches multi-storey car parks.

Mother and Baby Parking

There are designated parking spaces for shoppers with babies and small children located near the shopping centre.

Cycle Parking

There is a designated cycle parking area at the North Street entrance (by McDonalds back doors) and to the rear of the Animal Square (in Pancras Square).