For theatre buffs the main Theatre in Cattedown as well as the University’s Roland Levinsky Building provide all the theatre and entertainment accommodations a visitor might ever need. Each has live performances in genres like music, dance, and production nearly every night.
Union Street is where it’s at in regards to nightlife. The fun began here decades ago when prostitutes lured sailors from the Royal Navy dock. Today there are many bars, clubs, and casinos that are open into the wee hours of the morning. Barbican Leisure Park, Mutley Plain, and Lockyer Street are also perfect for those who want to have a good time.
There is plenty of culture along the waterfront in the Barbican district at the National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth Hoe, Saltram House, Plymouth’s oldest bakery, the Royal William Yard, the Elizabethan House, the Plymouth Theatre Royal, and the Mayflower Steps. You can also take a boat tour to see Plymouth in a unique way.
In the city center there are many other cultural landmarks like the Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, Drake Circus, Royal Citadel, Plymouth Dome, Smeaton’s Tower, the Merchant’s House, and Plymouth Synagogue to explore.
1. Chester House
2. Bowling Green Hotel
3. Dudley Hotel
4. Imperial Hotel Plymouth
5. Avalon Guest House
6. Four Seasons Guest House
7. Invicta Hotel
9. Athenaeum Lodge
10. Future Inn Plymouth
Read more in our Plymouth Guide.
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