Join us aboard the Mayflower Express!
All aboard 6 days a week (rest day Thursday)
Season Tickets - Buy Online
Due to popular demand we are delighted to announce the launch of our Land Train season tickets!
Options for Adult Single and Family Tickets now available.
Purchase tickets direct from the train or online via the links shown.
Land Train Discount Offers
Pleased to announce after a ride on the Mayflower Express you can exchange your ticket for....
50p off a game of golf at 'Putters on the Hoe'
£1 off a ride aboard 'Plymouth Boat Trips'
10% discount at 'Edward's Fudge Kitchen'
50p off your bill at 'Eva's World'
50p off your bill at 'Make at 140 Vauxhall Street' in cafe and shop
50p off your ice cream at 'Pilgrims Language Farm Dairy ice cream in the Barbican shop'
We are partnering with other businesses in the area, watch this space for more discount offers.
If you are a local business owner and would like to get involved, get in touch we'd love to hear from you.
Please Note: Rest Day for the Mayflower Express is on THURSDAYS
NEW for Weekends only: At 4pm from The Guildhall > Barbican Mayflower Steps > Opposite West Hoe Play Park > Holiday Inn.
Land train stops
Take a short walk from the Guildhall Square across the Piazza into the retail hub of the City Centre
An eclectic mix of high street names and independent shops for every shoppers taste. Between the shops you can relax in the communal garden areas, watching Plymouth land mark 'Big Screen' or grab an alfresco coffee from one of the many coffee shops. On wet weather days Drake Circus Mall offers an indoor shopping experience not to be missed.
Guildhall Square is home to St Andrews Minster and the old Treasury dating back to the 1400s. The church welcomes visitors and The Treasury has been renovated into an exciting bar and restaurant.
The historic Barbican is the jewel in Plymouth's crown, almost untouched for 400 years, it feels like you are stepping back in time.
It's cobbled streets are home to a variety of cafes, bars, restaurants and shops including Plymouth's oldest bakery. It is also home to Plymouth Gin who are still distilling gin on site, offering distillery tours and excellent cocktails.
The Mayflower Steps mark where the Pilgrims left for American in 1620. Nearby you can join a boat trip and take a cruise to see warships or even as far as Cornwall to the beautiful Cawsands Bay.
For family fun nothing beats The National Marine Aquarium, home to hundreds of marine animals including the impressive sand sharks.
Plymouth Hoe is well known for the iconic Smeaton's Tower and its promenade with panoramic views over the Plymouth Sound and surrounding coastline the historical spot where Sir Francis Drake spotted the Spanish Armada approaching whilst playing bowls.
West Hoe previously home to a quarry, is ow home to a small children's adventure park offering an array of fun for children of all ages. For those looking for a slower pace why not take a short walk along the waterfront and have a coffee or a drink from one of the bars or cafe's taking in the views looking out over the sea.
1. City Centre
Guildhall square is home to St Andrews Minster and the old Treasury dating back to 1400s.
The Mayflower Steps mark where the Pilgrim fathers left for America in 1620.
3. West Hoe
West Hoe fun fair
West Hoe previously home to a quarry, is now home to a small children's adventure park.
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