Tuckers Hall is the home of the Incorporation of Weavers, Fullers & Shearmen and both the Hall and the Incorporation have a remarkable story with a glorious and continuous history since 1471.

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Visiting Tuckers Hall

Tuckers Hall is one of Exeter's most significant historic buildings.  In the Upper Hall you can see the wonderful barrel-vaulted ceiling, wood panelling and carvings. On the ground floor you can learn more about Exeter's historical woollen cloth trade in our purpose-built interpretation centre, which includes interactive screens, information panels and a working model of a fulling stock.

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The Hall is open:


On Thursdays from 10.30am to 1pm and from June to September inclusive, we are also open on Tuesday mornings at the same time

We are also open on the following Saturdays:

6 September, 4 October, 1 November and 6 December,

all at the same opening times

Please keep checking this page for details of other open days and times of exhibitions and events.

Entry is free but your donations are very welcome.


Shipping the Serge

The exhibition undertaken in collaboration with Topsham Museum has now moved to the Community Centre in Cullompton, where it will be displayed until Monday 15 September.

The exhibition moves to the Chapel of St Lawrence at Ashburton until early October and then on to Coldharbour Mill