Plymouth Hoe One of the South West's most iconic landscapes including Smeaton's Tower and spectacular views of Drakes Island and Plymouth Sound.

Plymouth Barbican Step back in time and walk along the cobbled streets of this historic part of Plymouth where some of the most important voyages of discovery set sail, including the Mayflower in 1620 and Charles Darwin on the Beagle in 1831.

Royal Plymouth Citadel Walk around the outside of this magnificent 17th Century fortress and learn of it's history and the vital role it has played in the defence of Plymouth.

Plymouth City Centre See how the post war development of the city centre compliments the historic buildings like the stunning Elizabethan House and St Andrews Church.