To celebrate the royal wedding on Friday, April 29, Exeter’s Underground Passages will be offering free entry for anyone who is named William or Catherine.
Williams and Catherines will just need to show identification to gain free access to the attraction on the day.
Exeter’s Underground Passages were built in the 14th and 15th centuries to bring a supply of fresh drinking water in to the city.
Exeter is the only city in the UK to have underground passages of this type and guided tours have taken place here since the 1930s. Highlights include an exciting interpretation centre, a film presentation and guided tours beneath the city’s streets.
For prices and conditions of access, call 01392 665887.
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