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An itinerary for a rainy day in Plymouth, Devon

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If you find yourself in Plymouth on a rainy day, don’t worry! There are still plenty of things to see and do. Here’s an itinerary to help you make the most of your day:

9:00 AM – Breakfast at The Treasury

Start your day with a delicious breakfast at The Treasury, a stylish restaurant housed in a former bank. The menu features classics like eggs benedict and full English breakfast, as well as more creative dishes like baked eggs with chorizo and tomato.

10:00 AM – Visit the Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

Head over to the Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery to explore the city’s history and culture. Highlights of the collection include a 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy, a gallery dedicated to the Plymouth Blitz, and works by local artists.

12:00 PM – Lunch at The Dolphin Inn

Take a break for lunch at The Dolphin Inn, a traditional pub with a cosy atmosphere. The menu includes classic pub fare like fish and chips and steak and ale pie, as well as vegetarian options.

1:00 PM – Discover the National Marine Aquarium

Spend the afternoon exploring the National Marine Aquarium, which is home to over 4,000 marine animals from around the world. Highlights include the giant octopus, the shark tunnel, and the interactive exhibits.

3:00 PM – Tea at The Tudor Rose Tea Rooms

Warm up with a cup of tea and a slice of cake at The Tudor Rose Tea Rooms, a charming cafe with a vintage feel. Choose from a variety of teas and homemade cakes, including classic Victoria sponge and lemon drizzle.

4:00 PM – Take a walk around the Barbican.

End your day with a stroll around the Barbican, Plymouth’s historic waterfront. Admire the colourful buildings and picturesque harbour, and stop into one of the many independent shops and galleries along the way.

6:00 PM – Dinner at Rockfish

Finish your day with dinner at Rockfish, a seafood restaurant with a focus on sustainability. The menu features fresh, locally sourced seafood, including oysters, mussels, and grilled fish.