The Barbican is one of the few parts of the city that survived the destruction of The Blitz during World War II.
The Plymouth Barbican Association has worked hard to restore and maintain some of the oldest surviving buildings, which can be seen when walking the vibrant cobbled streets and narrow lanes surrounding the Barbican. Visiting the Barbican is a great way to observe and appreciate the city’s heritage.
The Barbican is residence to a vast range of restaurants, bars and shops. This includes ‘The World’s Smallest Magic Shop’, which can be found amongst other unique shops in ‘The House that Jack built’, a building offering a rich diversity of high quality gifts and services unavailable on the high street.
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