Exeter and East Devon have excellent connectivity with an increasing range of regional, national and international travel options to the region.

We are located strategically at the intersection of the South West’s major north-south (M5 and A38/A380) and east-west (A30) roads, within three miles of Exeter International Airport and within 5 miles of Exeter St David’s mainline railway station.

Travel to us

Getting to Exeter Science Park is easy, whether travelling by road, rail or air.

  • By rail – Exeter St David’s destinations include London (2 hours), Bristol (1.25 hours) and Birmingham (2.5 hours).
  • By air – Exeter International Airport’s destinations include major UK and European cities including London City (1 hour 5 minutes) and major aviation hubs including Manchester and Amsterdam.


Science Park Centre, Babbage Way, Exeter Science Park, Clyst Honiton, Exeter, EX5 2FN

Eagle House, Babbage Way, Exeter Science Park, Clyst Honiton, Exeter, EX5 2FN

Met Office HPC Complex, Upper Richardson, Exeter Science Park, Clyst Honiton, Exeter, EX5 2FS

Visitor Parking

Access to the Science Park site is via a secure barrier system and tenant car parking operates a number plate recognition system. 

Parking is available for visitors to the site; at the entrance barriers, visitors should buzz through to the Science Park Centre to be allowed access. Electric vehicle charging points are also available on-site.

Visitor parking is also available outside the Met Office and Environmental Future and Big Data Impact Lab buildings. For directions to the Met Office, click here. For details about the Impact Lab, click here.