Bill Douglas Centre

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Bill Douglas Centre: Founded in 1994, the Centre contains an enormous collection relating to the history of film and visual media. From shadow puppets to Shirley Temple dolls, from magic lanterns to Marilyn Monroe postcards, there is something to fascinate every visitor.

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The Centre is located in the Old Library on the University of Exeter's Streatham Campus. Follow the signs for the city centre from A30 / A38 and then follow signs for the University. The Old Library is situated half way along Prince of Wales Road, adjacent to the University Chapel.

Parking is available along Prince of Wales Road and in the Great Hall car park, but please be aware that spaces are limited during term-time.


The 'D' bus service runs at regular intervals (every 15 minutes during term time and every 30 minutes outside term time) between the University and the city centre, and the University is just a short walk from both Exeter St David's and Exeter Central Stations.


Opening times:
10:00 - 16:0010:00 - 16:0010:00 - 16:0010:00 - 16:0010:00 - 16:00--
*Closes Bank Holidays and between Christmas Eve and New Year's Day.




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Address: The Bill Douglas Centre for the History of Cinema and Popular Culture, Academic Services, University of Exeter, The Old Library, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4SB, UK
Phone: + 44 1392 264321

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