Elizabethan House Restoration

As part of Plymouth's Mayflower 400 commemorations our historic Elizabethan House on the Barbican is being restored and re-interpreted. The project is supported by Plymouth City Council, The National Lottery Heritage Fund, Historic England, the Coastal Revival Fund and The Pilgrim Trust.

Elizabethan House Sign
The house has a fascinating history dating back to the late 1500’s/early 1600’s when Plymouth was a bustling Elizabethan port.

Once essential restoration work has been undertaken we will be developing new interpretation for the house, creating an immersive experience that will enable local residents and visitors to Plymouth to fully understand its history.

Would you like to help shape our ideas and plans for the house (and be in with a chance of winning £50 of shopping vouchers)? Please take a few minutes to complete our online survey here.

Find out more about the history of the Elizabethan House here.

Find out about the other things we’re working on to commemorate Mayflower 400 here.

Read our press releases and blog posts below to stay up to date with the progress of the project.