Mount Edgcumbe House is the former home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe. Set in Grade I Cornish Gardens within 865 acres Country Park on the Rame Peninsula, South East Cornwall. Whether you are searching for a venue for a family outing or group visit, enthused by the magnificent Grade I Cornish gardens and famous historic house, combining your visit with a cruise of the River Tamar, looking for a civil wedding venue or viewing the national collection of camellias you are invited to come and explore, enjoy, learn its history or even dream awhile.
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Whether you are visiting Plymouth or if you live nearby, this is the place to discover everything you ever wanted to know about the place from where Sir Francis Drake sailed, from where the Pilgrim Fathers departed to settle the New World (the Mayflower Steps) and where Britons danced in defiance of Hitler’s Luftwaffe.
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The Theatre Royal in Plymouth, Devon, is the largest and best attended regional producing theatre in the UK and the leading promoter of theatre in the South West, according to the Arts Council England.
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Plymouth Boat Trips
See the sights of Plymouth on a one hour cruise, passing Plymouth Hoe and Drake’s Island, heading for the River Tamar where the mighty warships and nuclear submarines await! Or, leave the busy city behind and experience the stunning scenery of the Tamar Valley on a half-day cruise, up the River Tamar to the picturesque Cornish Villages of Calstock and Morwellham.
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The Cremyll Ferry
Make the Cremyll Ferry a part of your journey, it will make it a journey you will never ever forget for the rest of your life. Take a trip on our beautiful, historic foot ferry between, The Rame Peninsula Cornwall’s forgotten corner and the fascinating and historic Devonport area of Plymouth. Loved for centuries by all who have travelled on her, the Cremyll Ferry is recognized as one of Plymouth’s hidden gems.
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