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Plymouth is known as Britain's Ocean City. The sea is an important part of the coastal city's industry and long history. It was from here that the first English Separatists set sail on the Mayflower for the New World. Famous world explorers such as Charles Darwin, Sir Frances Drake, and Captain James Cook also used Plymouth as their final port before sailing away on new adventures.
Sutton Harbor is the city’s original port. The lively Barbican Waterfront at the north and west sides of harbor was one of the few areas of the city to escape unscathed during World War II. The picturesque quay takes you back in time as you wander down cobblestone streets in search of rich history, quaint hospitality and a fresh seafood meal.
Make the most of your time in Plymouth with these things to do, see, drink and eat.