Looking for something to do this weekend?  With Father's Day on Sunday 20 June, it’s the perfect opportunity to get out and about and enjoy some family time. Here’s our top five for this week to help you make the most of your weekend.


Take Dad for a pint

Treat dad to a pint this weekend. See our top five places in Plymouth to take the father figure in your life for a pint this Sunday!

Explore the city on foot

Hope for the weather and venture out on one of Plymouth's many walking trails across the city. A lovely way to spend some time togetherDownload the free Plymouth Trails app for a range of trails with real time maps and multimedia content.

See a family film 

Missed a trip to the cinema? Watch Dogtanian And The Three Muskehounds, Peter Rabbit 2, Tom & Jerry : The Movie and many more at Plymouth's new Cineworld at The Barcode. There's also plenty of places to eat, so why not grab some grub before or after heading to the big screen. 

Go for an all day breakfast

Monty's Cafe serves one of the best all day breakfasts on the Barbican. If you’re after a great start to the day or a funky location to meet friends with a chilled and friendly atmosphere, this is the place to be!

Get out on the water

Enjoy the ultimate experience on the water and see some stunning views with South West SUP paddleboard hire, based at their unique waterfront location at Firestone Arch, Royal William Yard.

Cineworld
Cinema
Cineworld

The new cinema will feature 12 state-of-the-art screens including IMAX, the world’s most immersive cinema experience and 4DX, Cineworld’s most exhilarating way to watch a film.

Monty's Cafe
Café
The purple shop front of Monty's showing large windows and the café name.

Monty's Bistro and Café lies in the heart of Plymouth's Historic Barbican and is literally a stone's throw from the famous Mayflower Steps. Open daily for breakfast, coffee, lunch and afternoon tea and light bites.

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