Smeaton’s Tower

Have you ever been inside a lighthouse? The Smeaton’s Tower based to The Hoe in Plymouth has become one of the South West’s most well-known landmarks.

OPENING TIMES

Until 29 September 2013

Tuesday – Friday: 10am – 12pm & 1pm – 4.30pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 12pm & 1pm – 4pm
Closed from: 12pm to 1pm for lunch
Last entries: 30 minutes before closing
Closed on Mondays

ADMISSION

Adults – £2.60
Children (3-16) – £1.30
Students/Seniors (over 60 years) – £1.60
Family Ticket (up to 2 adults and 3 children) – £7.50
Under 3s – FREE

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Good food market

As every first Sunday of the month the 1st of September from the 10.00 am to the 3.00 pm the market takes place on The Green, Royal William Yard, Plymouth.  You can find some of the local food of the South West.

If you want to visit the historic part of the city you can start the day with a walk throught the Barbican, then have a coffee and a look at our paintings at Soundlets Gallery while you are waiting to travel by the Royal William Yard Ferry and enjoy spectacular views of Plymouth Sound and Mount Edgcumbe, Cornwall en route. The market itself enjoys views of the Sound and Royal William Harbour.

Stories from the store

Would you like to peek into the past? A wide collection of 5,000 objects relating to peoples’ daily lives such as fragments of buildings, televisions, radios, gas cookers to marbles and make up. You can find it at the Plymouth City Museum & Art Gallery until. You have time to visit it until the 24th of august. But if you prefer the contemporary things you can find a lots of paintings from local artist here at Soundlets Gallery!

The Barbican

There always an occasion to have fun together here in Plymouth! Come to spend your time in the Soundlets Gallery! We are on the heart of the Barbican, the historic part of the city. You can find shops, restaurants, ferry that organize little cruise, art galleries or simply have a nice walk through those beautiful streets.