Plymouth is a vibrant waterfront city with a wealth of attractions and activities including family attractions, historic sites and gardens, entertainment venues and marine environment and countryside for you to enjoy, whatever the weather.
Plymouth is a unique city and there are many places you can visit that are free. A full list of attractions can be found on the Visit Plymouth website.
A large pedestrianised area with independent retailers, national brands and high street names
Records the development of The Dockyard and Plymouth's pivotal role in supporting the Royal Navy through major conflicts since 1300. Open by appointment to groups of visitors in the historic South Yard
The former home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe, within an 865 acre country park on the Rame Peninsula, South East Cornwall. The park is open year round and is free to the public
Home to beautiful parkland overlooking the Plym Estuary, the parkland is open every day free of charge
Bombed during the Second World War leaving the church a roofless shell, the church was restored, and the word 'resurgam', meaning 'I will arise again' is now carved in stone above the doorway
The historic Barbican and Sutton Harbour are the heart of the city's heritage with the oldest buildings and the greatest number of historical stories