If you like craft shops , antiques , pubs and restaurants plus narrow streets this is the place for you . Plus must visit Plymouth Gin where the gin is made . Also on the first Sunday of every month there is a very good ghost walk in the evening .
I love going down here in the summer especially. It's beautiful to look out over all the boats. It's also stunning around christmas with all the christmas lights. If you come down to Plymouth for a break you HAVE to go and spend some time in the Barbican. Theres many beautiful restaurants from high end posh ones to fish n... 更多
The Barbican used to be full of quaint individual restaurants like Pier Masters or The Green Lantern...but seems to have lost its way to the fish and chip brigade. Fine if that's what you want but the area has lost its old world charm in my opinion. It's also become student central with so many university buildings around the area... 更多
The Plymouth Barbican is just fabulous. It has a great number of very different shops, from the curiosity shop to the nick nack shop. It has some really lovely fish and chips shops to eat in and also has a couple of very nice restaurants too. Its great on an evening to walk, find a bar and listen to live... 更多
Nice place ti visit especially on a fine day. plenty of waterside eating houses with outside seating. If it is only a snack and a cuppa you require then the world famous Captain Jaspers is the place to head for. Good basic burger orientated food but all cooked fresh and a wide choice. Refurbished it now offers more seating ajacent... 更多
Very hard to find parking places. Everyone gravitates to the Barbican on a sunny day from early to late, either for coffee, drinks, fish and chips or people watching. Don't forget to look up and down the narrow streets running away from the waterside, there are hidden historic gems and interesting art and craft shops, plus a gin distillery to... 更多
Harbour views antique stores and eating establishments truly a delightful day for all no matter what age or interest something for everyone to enjoy
I rolled into the Barbican looking for some grub after a late ferry arrival. I found a good burger at Cap'n Jaspers, some decent beer and the Blues Grill. I even taught them how to make a black & tan. I'd go again, earlier.
Plymouth's Barbican has a wealth of history more than worth a visit. Once upon a time there was Plymouth Fish Market on the site of where the Edinburgh Woollen Mill is now and used to smell of fish. The whole of the Barbican has a lot to offer in the way of various shops, chip shops and other restaurants. The... 更多
Lots of nice bars and good atmosphere (if not raining) Bars have covered seating overlooking the harbour and there are lots of eating places, mostly fish and chips, but also some other more expensive places
Lots to see, good walks, lovely views. All the better as the sun shone too. Our son enjoyed going on & exploring the galleon/tall ship moored up. Lots of eating places around to suit most tastes & most pockets.
The Barbican is a great place to visit for a browse around the shops, both modern and antique ones, cafes and restaurants for breakfast lunch and dinner or snacks and icecreams. It is of historical interest The Mayflower Steps where the Pilgrim Fathers left from to discover America.Also worth walking the back streets of the Barbican and visiting the Elizabethan... 更多