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Attractions in Plymouth

  • The UK's largest aquarium has tanks featuring a variety of ocean habitats including a 15 by 5 metre shark tank. The aquarium is also an education, conservation and research facility

  • Take a tour around the oldest working Gin Distillery in the world, then enjoy a gin cocktail in the medieval Refectory hall.

  • Located on Plymouth's historic Barbican, a fully furnished Elizabethan town house dating back to the days of Sir Francis Drake

  • Victorian fortress located just outside Plymouth city centre

  • Houses a wide variety of collections covering the fine and decorative arts, natural history and human history. Attracts over 60,000 visitors a year and has been open since 1910.

  • The largest and finest surviving example of a 16th/early 17th century residence in Plymouth. Houses museum illustrating different aspects of Plymouth's history

  • Situated high above the river Plym near Plymouth is the Georgian mansion of Saltram.

  • This fine medieval house near Yelverton was once (as the name suggests) an abbey. Originally settled by Cistercian monks, the abbey and its estate were founded in 1278.