Sights & Attractions in The West Country

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Things to Do in Plymouth

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Barbican
East of the Royal Citadel is the Barbican, the oldest surviving...
Neighborhoods / Streets Plymouth
 
Elizabethan House
In the heart of the Barbican section, this former sea captain's...
Museums / Galleries Plymouth
 
Hoe
From the Hoe, a wide, grassy esplanade with crisscrossing walkways...
Viewpoints Plymouth
 
Mayflower Steps
By the harbor you can visit the Mayflower Steps, where the Pilgrims...
Memorials / Monuments Plymouth
 
Merchant's House
Near the Barbican, just off the Royal Parade, this largely 17th-century...
Museums / Galleries Plymouth
 
National Marine Aquarium
This excellent aquarium on the harbor presents aqueous environments...
Zoos / Aquariums Plymouth
 
Plymouth Boat Trips
Harbor cruises and longer scenic trips on the rivers Tamar and...
Tours Plymouth
 
Plymouth Mayflower Exhibition
On three floors, this interactive exhibition narrates the story...
Museums / Galleries Plymouth
 
Royal Citadel
This huge citadel was built by Charles II in 1666 and still operates...
Military Sites Plymouth
 
Saltram
An exquisite 18th-century home with many of its original furnishings...
Houses / Mansions Plymouth
 
Smeaton's Tower
This lighthouse, transferred here at the end of the 19th century...
Memorials / Monuments Plymouth
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