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We are situated in in the beautiful city of Exeter in the county of Devon, in the South West of England. There are excellent rail links to London Paddington and London Waterloo and road links to the north of England via the M5 and to London via the A303/M3. Exeter also has its own international airport. Despite being so well connected, Exeter retains the feel of a small city and it is possible to stand in the centre and yet see green hills all around.

Although we are primarily an internet trading company, you are welcome to call and try our violins and bows in person but please note that this facility is available by appointment only. Please telephone us on 01392 256187 before travelling to Exeter. Please feel free to bring a teacher or another violin player with you: we want you to be happy with your purchase and four ears are sometimes better than two!

If you are planning to spend some time in the area, there is plenty to interest the visitor in Exeter, with its Roman walls and underground passages, its newly refurbished museum and the stunning thousand year old Cathedral. Full details here

There are a number of music venues in and around Exeter with frequent concerts in the Great Hall at Exeter University, the Phoenix Arts centre and in Exeter Cathedral. We also have the Devon Performing Arts Festival, a regular Summer or Autumn Arts Festival and a full programme at the renowned Northcott Theatre, well worth a visit.

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