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Venture and discover Plymouth, with its unique location between moors and sea, this vibrant 'Waterfront City' is a perfect base for touring. With its wealth of attractions and facilities and wide range of accommodation, Plymouth is also an ideal destination for both day trips and short breaks.

Start your voyage of discovery by visiting spectacular Plymouth Hoe where you can climb up Smeaton's Tower Lighthouse to enjoy the best views in Plymouth.

In the Elizabethan Barbican, where history comes alive, attractions include the Mayflower Steps, where the Pilgrims set sail for America and Plymouth Gin Distillery, which has been producing Plymouth Gin since 1793. (please note that the Mayflower steps are currently closed for restoration and repair ahead of the 400th anniversary commemoration year in 2020) The area is also home of the National Marine Aquarium, which is the largest aquarium in the UK and houses the deepest tank in Europe.

The City is the region's shopping capital. The modern pedestrianised City Centre, with its floral displays and water features, is a delight for shoppers with all the major retailers represented and a host of independent specialist outlets.

After dark the city comes alive with restaurants, clubs and bars. We have one of the best theatres in the country, the Theatre Royal, with a programme ranging from drama to musicals and Plymouth Pavilions is the major regional concert venue.

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Road Directions

Follw the A30 from Exeter to Plymouth.Plymouth Hoe is well signposted from all over Plymouth.

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Close up of a Sea TurtleNational Marine Aquarium, PlymouthVisit 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.

Woolly Mammoth displayThe Box Plymouth, PlymouthThe 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…

Artillery Tower Restaurant, PlymouthThe food at the Tower is focused on the use of the best local produce, from small, dedicated producers within 30 miles of the restaurant. The cooking is designed to complement these fine ingredients with simple cooking without needless embellishment.

The bar area inside The Treasury, showing large stone pillars, large plants, a large wall clock and lots of bottles of drink displayed.The Treasury Lounge Bar and Restaurant, PlymouthAn exclusive Lounge Bar offering an outstanding eclectic blend of food, cocktails, music and service within stunning architecture.

Jurys Inn Plymouth, PlymouthJurys Inn Plymouth is situated in the heart of the city centre on Exeter Street, adjacent to Plymouth's historic tourist quarter and the Drake Circus shopping centre, and less than a five minute walk to the city centre, bus and railway station.

Valenti's and adjacent gardens shown from Plymouth Hoe with people sat outsideValentis Cafe and Bar, PlymouthValentis Cafe and Bar located in a suberb location on the top of Plymouth Hoe, with outstanding views accross Plymouth Sound. Seating available inside and outside.

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