The Best Landmark in Plymouth

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Plymouth, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Catherine Street, Plymouth PL1 2AD

Since 1498

Historical Landmark, Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, House, Exhibitions, Collections & Displays

It is a Grade I listed 15th-century merchant's house situated in the city of Plymouth in England - It is home to the Plymouth Tapestry designed by Eric Mor - It is a large merchant's U-shaped three storey split level house

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What can I say!! A superb day out for all the family and should be advertised better!! Thank you!! My family had a great day and want to go back in the near future.
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The Hoe, Devon, Plymouth PL1 2PD

Since 1660

Historical Landmark, Historic Place, Architectural Building, Tourist Attraction, Tower, Guided Tour, Group Bookings, Outdoor Walking Tour, Monument, English Heritage Centre, Military Bases & Facilities

It's a dramatic 17th century fortress built to defend the coastline from the Dutch and keep watch on a recently rebellious town and the Royal Citadel is still in use by the military today

Price: Member £5.00, Adult £6.00 & Child £4.00

Mon, Tue, Thu & Sun 2:30 pm - 4:30 pm

My wife and I took my brother and sister-in-law to view the Royal Citadel. We arranged the tour with Janice Bailey who is a Blue Badge Tour Guide. She is extremely knowledgable about the the Citadel and the history of Plymouth and she brought the whole experience of the visit to life. The Royal Citadel is home to 29 Commando and as it is a working military base photgraphs are limited. However the views over Plymouth and Plymouth Soun are outstanding.

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The Landmark Trust Crownhill Fort, Crownhill Fort Road, Plymouth PL6 5BX

Since 1860

Landmark, Historic Sites, Military Bases and Facilities, Landscaped Garden, Event Spaces, Museum, Tours, Civil Ceremonies, Wedding Receptions, Private Events, Corporate Events, Conferences and Meetings, School Visit, Group Visit & Indoor Activities

It was designed by Captain Edmund Frederick Du Cane as one of Lord Palmerston's last forts and was the largest of the forts of Plymouth's North Eastern defences - Welcomed several thousand school age children to Crownhill Fort each year

Mon 12:00 pm - 12:15 am Fri 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

I had my wedding and meal held at Crownhill Fort. The grounds are perfect for wedding photos, with many interesting places to see. Its not every day that you get to have a cannon fired on your behalf either. The staff at the fort always kept us in the loop of what/when/how our special day would unfold on the lead up to our wedding and kept a close eye on the proceedings as they happened Both the ceremony room and function room are white. A very good day was had by all. Thankyou very much.

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