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Plymouth Tourism Guide

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Whether you are a tourist on holiday or a resident looking for information, here is our guide to some of the best tourist attractions in Plymouth, sources of tourist information.

Places to Visit in Plymouth

National Marine Aquarium

Rope Walk, Coxside, Plymouth, PL4 0LF

The National Marine Aquarium is Britain’s foremost aquarium and in the years since it opened it has attracted millions of visitors through its doors. Great for the whole family.

Smeaton’s Tower

The Hoe, Plymouth, PL1 2NZ

Smeatons Tower has been Plymouth’s most famous landmark ever since the 1880s. Climb the 93 steps and enjoy the spectacular panoramic view over the city and beyond.

Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery

Drake Circus, Plymouth, PL4 8AJ

Tel: 01752 304774

Elizabethan House

New Street, The Barbican, Plymouth PL1 2NA

On Plymouth’s historic Barbican, you’ll find an ancient doorway that takes you back in time to Drake’s Plymouth.

The Merchant’s House

33 St. Andrews Street, Plymouth, PL8 6DZ

A historic building tucked away down one of the city’s oldest streets – the Merchant’s House is Plymouth’s largest and finest surviving example of a 16th/17th century residence.

The Royal Citadel

Plymouth Hoe | Plymouth, PL1 2PA

A dramatic 17th-century fortress built to defend the coastline from the Dutch, and still in use by the military today. Viewing is only by weekly tours.

Saltram House

Plympton, Plymouth, PL7 1UH

This perfectly proportioned Palladian mansion with a Tudor heart, is the result of centuries of extravagance and sophistication. It features some of Robert Adam’s finest interiors and an exceptional collection of paintings, including ten by Sir Joshua Reynolds.

Online Information About Plymouth

Started in 2004, is the most popular website about Plymouth. Independently owned by local people, it’s collection of guides to the city, two online magazines focused on Plymouth and on Business are second to none. The magazines attract writers and readers that are national, international, as well as based in Plymouth. Although it is the longest-running independent website for our city, is also the most well-established local brand on social media (and in case you’re wondering: yes, you’re already on

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The website for Plymouth’s historic Barbican area. The Barbican is full of wonderful shops, eateries and things to do for you to discover. is your key to all the experiences and ways to enjoy one of Plymouth’s most special places. Discover why we call the Barbican the jewel in Plymouth’s heritage.

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