Merchant's House Museum

This mid-16C timbered house, its windows running the full width and height of the front, owes its present style to William Parker, Mayor of Plymouth from 1601 to 1602 also a merchant and prosperous sea captain. It houses the Museum of Old Plymouth, including among the exhibits a reconstruction of one of Plymouth's old pharmacies.

Useful information

Address : 

33 St Andrew Street

Price:

2.60 £ (children 1.30 £)

Opening hours

May-Sep: 10am-noon, 1pm-5pm, last admission 30min before closing - closed Mon (except Bank Hols) and Sun

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