The National Aquarium
The National Aquarium, the largest aquarium in Great Britain with the deepest tank in Europe.
The Eden Project
The Eden Project, Cornwall’s world famous and the country’s most visited tourist attraction. Only a short drive away. Also hosts open air concerts and in the winter ice skating.
Crownhill Fort, a Victorian fortress just outside Plymouth city centre. Information on visiting and events.
The Merchant’s House Museum
St Andrew’s Street, City Centre. A 400 year old house, now a museum of Plymouth’s history. Finest surviving example of a 16th/17th century residence. During the 17th century it was home to three Plymouth mayors including privateer William Parker, a friend of Sir Francis Drake
Finewell Street, City Centre. The second oldest house in Plymouth, it was built by Thomas Yogge in 1498. Owned by St Andrews Church who let out the bottom floor to Tanners Resturarant.
Elizabethan house and Elizabethan gardens on the Barbican, Plymouth. Information and opening times.
Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park
Information on Mount Edgcumbe house and country park, Cornwall. Foot passenger ferry available across the Tamar from Stonehouse.
Information on Saltram House and landscape gardens. Owned by the National Trust and film location for Sense and Sensbility.
Information on Cotehele House near Saltash. Medieval house owned by the National Trust with riverside gardens.
Information on Buckland Abbey located in Yelverton and owned by the National Trust. 700-year-old buildings with fine 16th-century Great Hall, associated with Elizabethan seafarers Drake and Grenville.
Information on the National trust, Houses, Estates and attractions.
St Andrews Church
Information on St Andrews parish church in Plymouth city centre.
Dartmoor National Park
Information on Dartmoor National Park Authority on the outskirts of Plymouth.
Information on Dartmoor National Park on the outskirts of Plymouth.
Steam trains open to the public.
Dive the Scylla
Plymouth’s outstanding dive centre. In 2004 the former Royal Navy frigate, HMS Scylla started her new role as a man-made reef in Whitsand Bay. A fantastic venue for both diving and marine research.
Reactive water sports shop and water sports centre at Queens Anne’s Battery Marina in Plymouth city centre. For wakeboarding, waterskiing, windsurfing and kite surfing, trips, lessons and equipment.
Southwest beach guide to Devon and Cornwall.
The Mountbatten Centre
Information on the Mount batten centre, waterside venue specialising in sailing, diving, watersports and adventurous activities in Plymouth.
A1 website. Southwest surf forecasts and beach guide. Including web cams.
Magic seaweed website. Southwest beach webcams, surf forecasts and surf guides.
Sailing clubs in Plymouth.
Marinas in Plymouth.
St Mellion Golf
Golf Club just outside of Plymouth.
Golf Driving Range
Plymouth Golf Driving Range.
Plymouth Argyle (The Pilgrims) football team information and fixtures.
Plymouth Albion rugby team. Information and fixtures.
Information on Totnes Elizabethan weekly fair.
Information on Polperro picture book Cornish village.
Information on Looe Cornish fishing village.
Burning Tar Barrel Event
Information on the Burning Tar Barrel event in Ottery St Mary. Every year on November 5th for reasons lost in antiquity, the Flaming Tar Barrels are carried through the streets of Ottery St mary to the delight of thousands of townsfolk and visitors.
Mayflower Marina opposite the Royal William Yard.
South West Coast Path
Information on the official website for the South West Coast Path. One of the worlds greatest walks.
For information on wildlife in the Tamar Valley.
Information on Tamar Valley.
Information on Tamar Valley.
Pentillie Castle and Estate
Pentillie castle and estate.
Rame – Cornwalls forgotten corner
Information and photographs of Rame, Kingsand and Cawsand, and Whitsand Bay.