Plymouth is a port city in South West England, located on the south coast of Devon. Plymouth is a great place to explore and enjoying your family holiday.
Theatre Royal Plymouth - is the largest and best attended regional producing theatre in the UK and the leading promoter of theatre in the South West. This award-winning theatre production and learning centre, with shows to suite everyone.
The Barbican – is a beautiful waterfront location full of history offering a diverse range of shopping experiences. With the delightful old port, full of narrow cobbled streets, Elizabethan warehouses, specialist shops, art galleries, cafes and restaurants. Stand where the Pilgrims and many of Plymouth's merchants, mariners, privateers and buccaneers would have passed, over the centuries.
National Marine Aquarium - the UK’s largest aquarium, run by the Ocean Conservation Trust. Take a journey around the different zones of the world’s Ocean, from the local waters of Plymouth Sound, all the way to the tropical seas of the Great Barrier Reef and everywhere in between.
Plymouth Gin Distillery - Gin Distillery that offers a variety of three different tours, shop and cocktail lounge. Black Friars Distillery, the working home of Plymouth Gin since 1793, is the oldest working gin distillery in England and is situated in the heart of the historic port city of Plymouth.
Smeaton's Tower - is one of the city's most recognisable and well-loved landmarks. The lighthouse was originally built out on the notorious Eddystone Reef in 1759. It was taken down in the early 1880s and approximately two thirds of its structure moved stone by stone to its current resting place. Now standing at 72 feet high, it offers brilliant views of Plymouth Sound and beyond.
Plymouth Sound – a magnificent coastal section runs along the eastern side of Plymouth Sound from Andurn Point northwards to Mount Batten Point. At Bovisand Bay the harder Staddon Grits appears and forms the headland from Staddon Point northward. The sandstones in this formation were deposited in marine sand bars. To the north, most of Jenny Cliff Bay is cut into softer and younger marine slates but the northernmost promontory of Mount Batten Point is made of limestone laid down in a clear warm tropical sea.