The Royal Albert Museum is a confused place ... lots of exhibits, but some very unusual groupings. With Covid there is a one way system ... but I still managed to get lost!
I do love the Cathedral ... starated in 1107, and finished by 1400 (and survived the bombings of WWII). It is a stunning building with the longest uninterrupted medieval vaulted ceiling in the world, at about 96 m (315 ft).
The Royal Albert Museum ... Prince Albert, in the main hall
See what I mean about random collections -
Those hands are huge -
Made for the museum -
Love this glass jug, made in AD 100 (Exeter was under Roman occupation)
The Cathedral -
The 18-metre-high (59 ft) bishop's throne in the choir was made from Devon oak between 1312 and 1316;
The long nave -
The minstrels' gallery in the nave dates to around 1360 and is unique in English cathedrals