Barbican, Plymouth

About Barbican, Plymouth

Barbican, Plymouth - Address, Phone Number

Address: Sutton Harbor, Plymouth PL4 0DW, United Kingdom

Phone: +44-1752204702

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Time Required: 04:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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Barbican is the name given to Plymouth’s western and northern sides of old harbor. It is one of the very few parts of the city that survived the destruction of the WW II. A couple of streets retain the old charm which is reflected in its architecture including the old fishing port.

Take a stroll around the area, admire the outstanding array of monuments, chill at any of the numerous bars and cafes and make a day out of it!

Attractions include:

  • National Marine Aquarium
  • Mayflower Steps
  • The Plymouth Gin Distillery
  • Dolphin Inn

Barbican Ticket Prices

  • Various attractions within the area have separate ticket prices.

Barbican Opening and Closing Hours

  • Various attractions within the area have separate timings.

How To reach Barbican by Public Transport

  • Bus no 25, 14.

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  • Historic place and working harbour, marina, aquarium with plenty of things to watch and many restaurants, shops. Able to walk all way round. Boat excursions to various destinations. Site of many expeditions and yachting races departures including Mayflower steps. Occasionally seals, exhibitions and fair.

  • Lovely, warm welcome. Excellent fresh food. Great with kids. Highly recommend!

  • Historical part of Plymouth. ..great pubs..a must is The Ship....and to eat at the Himalayan Spice for a great curry

  • Idyllic views of the boats and marina and even out to sea. Lots of places to eat and relax. Toilet and shower facilities were very clean. Plymouth hoe not far either. Very enjoyable stay ☺

  • Love going for walks around Sutton Harbour its so beautiful and theres something lovely about it in the winter when its cold and the suns setting and you can sit out with a coffee and enjoy the world passing by

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