Welcome to Plymouth. More than a quarter of a million people live here and over 11 million tourists visit the city every year.
Plymouth has gems other cities only dream about – the spectacular natural harbour of Plymouth Sound, unspoiled rivers and moorland on our boundaries and nearby sandy beaches, not to mention world class theatre, top night clubs, great food, a wonderful waterfront and a great lifestyle. We want everyone to get the most out of their time here.
That’s why we have joined forces with DisabledGo and hope that this website will lead to more people enjoying what Plymouth can offer.
DisabledGo’s Plymouth website gives people with disabilities and their carers a wealth of up-to-date local knowledge so they can get the best of our city, its venues, facilities and services.
Plymouth has a rich historical past, with sites such as Plymouth Hoe where Sir Francis Drake played bowls before taking on the Spanish Armada, and the Elizabethan Barbican, which is home to boutique shops, art galleries and restaurants.
It’s also a rapidly-growing university city bursting with ideas and opportunities for the future. Come and see for yourself!
For access information for City College Plymouth please CLICK HERE
For access information for NHS Plymouth please CLICK HERE