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1 Plymouth Hoe
Overall rating:
Rank: 1 About 8

The Plymouth Hoe monument shows the arms of Sir Francis as the quartered old and new arms. There are also other soldier names, designation, address and age on this beautiful monument. This monument is also the scene where Sir...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Plymouth Hoe
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


2 Letterboxing
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Rank: 2 About 8

Letterboxing is a fun filled outdoor game which involves a large number of people looking for clues of letterboxes. This recreational activity is done in many places in England. The organizers of the letterboxes...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Dartmoor National Park
Type: Parks and gardens


3 National Marine Aquarium
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Rank: 3 About 8

The National Marine Aquarium is totally dedicated to raise awareness of the oceans amongst people and the challenges the ocean life faces and the ways in which they are helped. This aquarium is the result of years of hard work and...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Coxside
Type: Museums


4 Plymouth Pavilions Swimming Pool
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Rank: 4 About 8

This is a water park situated in Plymouth. There is an entertainment and sports complex in Plymouth which has an indoor swimming pool, along with an indoor ice rink and events arena. There are also many restaurants near the...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Millbay Road, Plymouth
Type: Parks and gardens


5 Royal Citadel
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Rank: 5 About 8

The Royal Citadel was built following the English Civil War and was considered as the principal fortress in England. It features some outstanding illustrations of 17th century barbeque architecture. This was built to...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: The Hoe, Plymouth, Plymouth, PL1
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


Prysten House
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Rank: 6 About 8

The Prysten House Museum is the second oldest house in Plymouth and was built in 1498. It is one of the finest limestones building which is built with granite doors and window frames. It has a galleried courtyard too....

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Firewell Street, Plymouth, UK
Type: Museums

Neighbouring places: Plymouth


Torpoint - 2.4 mi

Torpoint lies on a peninsula in the south east of Cornwall, across the Tamar River in UK. The town has a total population of 8,457 as per the 2001 census. The town is...

Distance: 3.8
City: Torpoint

Saltash - 4 mi

Saltash lies in the southeast of Cornwall in England on the west bank of the River Tamar and is also called as the ‘gateway to Cornwall’. The town has a small population of seventeen thousand...

Distance: 6.5
City: Saltash

Looe - 13.9 mi

Looe is a fishing port and tiny coastal town located in the Cornwall County in the Caradon District in England, UK. This small town is not very populated with...

Distance: 22.4
City: Looe

Kingsbridge - 17.2 mi

Kingsbridge is a famous tourist spots and also a market town situated in the district of South Hams in England. Due to the magnificent coast of Devon and some...

Distance: 27.7
City: Kingsbridge

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