Merchant's House Museum - Plymouth

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Merchant's House Museum - Plymouth
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Looking for: Heritage, Museums / Galleries
Address: 33 St Andrew's Street
Plymouth
Devon
Postcode: PL1 2AX
Age Group: All Ages
Kids Activity: Indoors
Telephone: 01752 304774
Website: Click Here


A historic building tucked away down one of the city's oldest streets - the Merchant's House is Plymouth's finest surviving example of a 16th/17th century residence. During the 17th century it was home to three Plymouth mayors including privateer William Parker, a friend of Sir Francis Drake.

Opening dates

Open Tuesday 5 April to Saturday 1 October
Tuesday to Saturday and bank holiday Mondays
Closed Sundays and Mondays
Opening times

Open 10am to 12 noon and 1pm to 5pm
Closed from 12 noon to 1pm
Last entries at 11.30am and 4.30pm
Admission charges
 
Ticket type     Full price     Plymcard
Adult     £2.50     £2.30
Child (5 to 16 yrs)/student/senior (over 60)     £1     90p
Child (under 5 yrs)     Free     Free
Students/Seniors (over 60 yrs)     £1.50     N/A
Family ticket (up to 2 adults and 3 children)     £6     £5.40
Group - adults (5 or more)     £2     £1.80
Group - seniors (over 60 - 5 or more)     £1     90p
Single site group booking: Self-directed UK school groups, foreign and higher education groups. Plus non-school groups from England. Under 5s and accompanying adults go free. Max group no: 35 children plus accompanying adults.     £1     N/A
Multi site group booking: Self-directed UK school groups, foreign and higher education groups. Plus non-school groups from England. Under 5s and accompanying adults go free. Max group no: 35 children plus accompanying adults.     £1 + 50p per extra site     N/A
Tourist Information staff, Blue Badge guides, Museums Association, Friends     Free     Free

Preferred payment is by cash or cheque, payable at time of visit (cheques made payable to Plymouth City Council or Plymouth City Museum). Invoice only as a last resort.
Access

Due to its age and layout, we regret that disabled access to the Merchant's House is limited. If you have any queries about access please telephone us in advance of your visit.