How To Get Here/ Useful Stuff
Rail services from London Paddington to Plymouth take three and a half hours. Direct services also run from South Wales, the Midlands, the North of England and Scotland. For details and tickets : www.nationalrail.co.uk or telephone : 08457 484 950
Head for the South West on the M5 from Bristol to Exeter, then the A38 Devon Express way to Plymouth. Drive time from London is around three and a half hours.
There are three park and ride sites in Plymouth operating Monday – Saturday, based at Plympton on the A38, George Junction and Milehouse on the A386. Plymouth has numerous Pay & Display car parks in the city centre.
Local bus operators
Local bus operators Plymouth Citybus and First operate a network of services around the City and surrounding area. A day SKIPPER ticket, and can only be purchased on the bus from the driver. The cost of each ticket is £4 for an Adult, £3 for a Child.
Citybus / Tel: +44 (0) 1752 662271 / Information hotline: 0845 077 2223
First Bus / Tel: +44 (0) 1224 6501
Regular ferries run between Plymouth and Mount Batten, Cawsand, Cremyll and Torpoint. For links to the websites of ferry services for further information about stops and timetables visit www.plymouth.gov.uk/ferryservices
Useful Websites/ Addresses/ Numbers
- Cremyll Ferry (to Mt Edgcumbe) – www.cremyll-ferry.co.uk – tel: 01752 822 105
- Bretonside Bus and Coach Station, Bretonside, Plymouth PL4 0BG – www.plymouth.gov.uk/busstation – tel: 01752 305 580
- Plymouth Railway Station, North Road East, Plymouth PL4 6AB – www.plymouth.gov.uk/railservices – tel: 01752 668 000
- Tourist Information, Plymouth Mayflower, 3-5 The Barbican, Plymouth PL1 2LR – www.visitplymouth.co.uk – tel: 01752 306330
Taxi First. tel: 01752 22 22 22
Food & Drink
Bread & Roses Community Hub & Pub, 62 Ebrington St, Plymouth PL4 9AF – tel: 01752 659861
Rumpus Cosy, 12 Derrys Cross, Plymouth, Devon PL1 2TE – tel: 01752 604837
Plymouth Art Weekender