There’s plenty of things for you to enjoy in Plymouth this weekend besides the UEFA Euro 2020 Final.

Here’s our top five to help you make the most of your weekend.


Explore an underwater world

It may be a bit drizzly this weekend so taking a visit to the National Marine Aquarium is a great family activity. Home to over 4,000 animals and ground breaking Ocean conservation work, it’s the largest Aquarium in the UK. See a variety of immersive and engaging opportunities to learn about the marine environment through ocean education for all ages.

   

See a show

You will go to the ball.  Book your ticket to see the Birmingham Royal Ballet’s full-length live production of Cinderella in Plymouth.

On at the Theatre Royal Plymouth, until10 July 2021.  Tickets subject to availability.

   

See some art

Visit The Box Plymouth and enjoy the 'Our Art' exhibition showcasing Plymouth's fantastic art collections and provides a place to look, discuss, question and engage with the city's rich history of art. 

Book your visit.

     

Enjoy a walk

For something a bit more energetic enjoy the beautiful grounds at Saltram. There are lots of dog-friendly walking routes around the park, including a circular route which starts and finishes in the car park and takes you down to the banks of the River Plym.

Parking costs £3 or is free for National Trust members, remember to check the latest visiting guidelines before you visit.

     

Eat some cake

Treat yourself to a chocolate cream tea or a delicious selection of cakes and chocolates at Chocaccino this weekend in the Barbican.

National Marine Aquarium
Heritage/Visitor Centre
Close up of a Sea Turtle

Visit the UK's largest Aquarium and be amazed by our fascinating underwater world and how we all play a part in conserving it. The National Marine Aquarium is a registered charity committed to promoting a sympathetic understanding of the sea.

Theatre Royal Plymouth
Theatre
In the entrance of Theatre Royal in Plymouth

The Theatre Royal Plymouth is the largest & best attended regional producing theatre in the UK and the leading promoter of theatre in the South West. The Theatre Royal makes the best theatrical productions available to the widest possible audience.

The Box Plymouth
Museum
Woolly Mammoth display

The Box is Plymouth's new museum, art gallery and cultural centre. Nine permanent galleries showcase incredible collections including 14 monumental ships’ figureheads, thousands of natural history specimens, a full-size woolly mammoth replica and priceless art, alongside a changing programme of exhibitions.

Chocaccino
Café
The outside of Chocaccino showing signage and glass display windows with goods displayed inside.
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