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Four things to do in Exmouth on a rainy day

PUBLISHED: 13:40 09 August 2019

What activities can you do in Exmouth on a rainy day?

What activities can you do in Exmouth on a rainy day?

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There is a lot to do and discover on a rainy day in Exmouth that will not dampen your spirits.

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Whether you like to get up and go, test your knowledge, or enjoy a bit of competition, you will not be sad to be indoors when the sun is not shining.

Here are things you can do in and around the Exmouth area in wet weather.

Escape Room

Enjoy an escape room with your friends and family at Excape in Rolle Street, Exmouth.

Bowling at Ocean. Picture: Terry IfeBowling at Ocean. Picture: Terry Ife

It is designed for groups of two to six players to put their skills to the test to solve the puzzles and escape the room in 60 minutes.

It costs £20 per person.

Bowling

Play between one and three games of bowling this weekend at Ocean on Exmouth seafront.

Scotts Cinema in Exmouth. Picture: Sophie BatesScotts Cinema in Exmouth. Picture: Sophie Bates

A family friendly event, the Queen's Drive venue also offers a soft play area for children.

Games cost £15.50 per adult or £14 per child for three games.

Cinema

Cozy up to watch the latest blockbuster at the cinema.

Level 1 Cafe in Exmouth. Picture: Sophie BatesLevel 1 Cafe in Exmouth. Picture: Sophie Bates

Scott Cinemas in Exmouth will be showing the latest films, so if you fancy action, romance, horror or time with the children, grab your popcorn and head to the movies.

Ticket prices cost between £5.10 and £8.10 per person.

Board games

There is nothing like a bit of friendly competition, so why not book a table at a board game café?

In Exmouth, Level 1 Café, in Exeter Road, provides casual and competitive gaming events for people of all ages and abilities.

If you do not mind travelling a few miles down the road, Board can be found in South Street Exeter.

It has more than 350 games to be played that are suitable for all ages and abilities.

Admission is £3.50 for children and £5 for adults for a minimum session of three hours.

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