Where is SQL Saturday Exeter?

Want to come to SQL Saturday Exeter but unsure how to get here?


Exeter is the county town of Devon and is just about as far West as the Romans reached when they took a shine to this part of the world. The city is well served by rail, road and air transport. Plymouth is approximately 60 minutes away by car or train and is where you will find the Mayflower Steps – the place where the Pilgrim Fathers set sail for North America in 1620.

The venue for SQL Saturday #269 (Jurys Inn Hotel Exeter, Western Way, Exeter, Devon, EX1 2DB, United Kingdom.) is located in the centre of Exeter. It is easily accessible by both public transport and by car.

By Plane

Exeter airport is a 20 minute drive away, taxis are available – we suggest you pre-book in advance), or the #56 bus goes from the airport to Exeter Bus Station hourly and Exeter Bus Station is within a 2 minute walk from the venue.

By Train

There are three train stations in Exeter, Exeter St David’s station is on a direct line from London Paddington and London Waterloo and is the most likely one that you will use. Exeter Central is a 10-15 minute walk from the venue and the other station is Exeter St Thomas. From Exeter St Davids you can get a Taxi to the venue or there is a bus stop immediately outside the station and the following Number 56, 56A and 56B go to the bus station which is within a 2 minute walk from of the venue. You can also get a train to Exeter Central station and walk from there.

By Car

There are 2 car parks next door to the venue. There is an open air car park and an NCP Multi Storey car park. More information on parking will be emailed out nearer the time. For more information on how to get to the venue please contact us.

1 thought on “Where is SQL Saturday Exeter?

  1. Pingback: SQL Saturday #269 – Exeter, UK | SQL South West

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