Exeter’s world-class museum has stunning displays and galleries, fabulous exhibitions and modern amenities. The displays reveal Devon and Exeter’s rich history and global connections. Exotic animals, birds and insects delight children and the World Cultures galleries display stunning items from all over the world.
Things may look a bit different, so we’d like to tell you about the changes we’ve made to help you enjoy your visit and stay safe. This is also available to BSL users with additional access information.
There is now a one-way route around the museum with entry through the Garden Entrance.
We have increased the frequency of cleaning throughout RAMM, especially toilets, handrails, handles, lift buttons and key touchpoints.
Please help us to keep the lifts reserved for people who have accessibility requirements.
Some dressing-up items and items you can touch have been removed.
The majority of the museum is open, but for the time being we have reduced numbers in one or two galleries.
The Shop and Cafe are open. Crumbs and sticky fingers are not good for our precious objects, so eating and drinking is only permitted in the cafe.
If you bring your own mobile device and headphone with you, you will be able to access an increasing amount of digital information by using them during your visit.
Our friendly staff and volunteers will be on hand throughout the museum to answer your questions.
Once you have finished exploring you will exit from the ground floor onto Queen Street.
How you can help us
- If you are feeling unwell please visit on another day
- Please wear a face covering, unless you are exempt
- Track and Trace. On arrival you can either scan the QR code with the NHS app on your mobile or give us your contact details at reception
- Do please use the hand sanitiser stations throughout your visit
- Please use contactless payment in our shop and cafe if possible
- If you are visiting with family members under 15 years of age, please agree which adult in your group will take responsibility for them
- Our lockers are currently closed so please avoid bringing large bags or anything else to the museum that you will not be able to easily carry around
RAMM’s income is being seriously affected by the pandemic – please do your bit to support the museum you love
- Give a donation
- Become a Friend
- Leave a gift in your Will
- Join RAMM Membership for free
- Find out more at Support RAMM