Barbican

Parts of Old Plymouth still exist in the Barbican, an area extending inland from Sutton Harbour, where modern developments and medieval houses, Jacobean doorways and cobbled alleys rub shoulders. The Mayflower Stone on the pier commemorates the voyage of the Pilgrim Fathers who set sail in their 27 m ship, the Mayflower, in 1620. Other famous crossings are commemorated in the numerous stones and plaques on the pier.

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Nearby tourist attractions

Prysten House
Prysten House
Prysten House (Prior's House), the
15 minutes
Merchant's House Museum
Merchant's House Museum
This mid-16C timbered house, its windows
60 minutes
St Andrew's Church
St Andrew's Church
The church, founded in 1050 and rebuilt
15 minutes
Plymouth Gin Blackfriars Distillery
Plymouth Gin Blackfriars Distillery
The distillery is housed in what was
30 minutes
Elizabethan House
Elizabethan House
The Elizabethan House at no 32 New
15 minutes
Royal Citadel
Royal Citadel
From the early 15C, the land to the east
30 minutes
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Prysten House
Prysten House
Prysten House (Prior's House), the
15 minutes
St Andrew's Church
St Andrew's Church
The church, founded in 1050 and rebuilt
15 minutes
Elizabethan House
Elizabethan House
The Elizabethan House at no 32 New
15 minutes
See all