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Stunning Harbourside views overlooking Sutton Harbour
Great variety of places to eat around the waterfront
The historic Mayflower Steps
Arrrr Pirates! Plymouth Pirate Weekend and many more top events
News from the Plymouth Barbican
ARRRRR! The Pirates are coming! Join us on thee #Barbican and #SuttonHarbour on the 13th and 14th May 2017 for an action packed, bumper event filled Plymouth Pirate Weekend!
Grab ye cutlass, slap on thee eye patch and join the thousands of fellow landlubbers in invading the Barbican! Tall Ships, Crafts, Displays, Re-enactments, Musket Firing, Story Telling, Shanty Bands, Fancy Dress Competition, Giant Play Areas, Face Painting, The Pirate Trail, Barbican Raft Race, Meet Melody the Mermaid and the one and only Captain Jack Sparrow lurking around throughout the weekend joined this year by Captain Barbossa!
Also hop aboard the Plymouth Landtrain, free rides all weekend! And take up taster sessions in kayaking, sailing, raft building and more at PDSSA – Plymouth and Devon Schools’ Sailing Association.
So much to see and do. You won’t want to miss out and be sure to visit the many great cafe‘s, places to eat and Shops all taking part right across the Plymouth Barbican Waterfront and Visit Sutton Harbour.
Find Out More: Plymouth Pirate Weekend…
The Jasmine Rose Vintage Fashion shop, located in The House that Jack Built on Plymouth’s historic Barbican. A True Vintage Fashion shop offering a wide range of vintage clothing dating from 1930s to 1990s for both men and women.
Harris Tweed Jackets £39, Levi Jeans £20, Levi Shorts £15… and a whole lot more, we highly recommend a visit to browse around this fantastic vintage shop and see the vast array of clothing and accessories on offer!
Easter Holiday is now in full swing and with the glorious sunny weather, many of you are sure to head out and explore the beautiful Plymouth Barbican. After all, there isn’t much that could beat a slow stroll by the harbourside and down through the narrow cobbled lanes with an ice cream in hand.
Don’t forget to wander off the beaten track and explore the many shops, galleries, restaurants and cafés in the area. Here are just a few places that you should certainly add to your list and try out this spring. (Read full article)
This Easter Half Term, the Easter Bunny has given 15 of his colourful eggs to The Barbican Traders for safekeeping and tucked them away in their window displays. Find them all for a chance to win an Easter Treat Hamper.
Visit the places listed on the flyers and match the egg number with the name of the place by writing the correct letter on each egg. Feel free to share the photos from your hunt directly to our Facebook Page or Twitter by using #BarbicanEaster.
You can get you Egg Hunt Sheets from any of the Participating businesses or the Tourist Information Centre. Please submit your completed entries to the Tourist Information Centre on the Barbican before Tuesday 18th April for a chance to win a scrumptious Easter Treat Hamper.
The Easter Egg Hunt is sponsored by Association of Barbican Businesses.
Easter Holiday is a great time to get out and eggsplore with your friends and family. Plymouth Barbican is a treasure trove filled with quirky little shops, independent restaurants, charming cafes and great places to see. There is something here for everyone and in this featured article we wanted to share with you some of the many places well worth a visit not only this spring but all year round. (Read full article)