Plymouth Art and Architecture Day Visit

| Plymouth Train Station

This day is planned to show the variety and significance of contemporary buildings in the city in contrast to its historic past. Visits during the day include the stunning copper clad environmentally innovative Levinsky Building and the Theatre Royal taking in its recent extension, the TR2. En route will be buildings in historic Plymouth, including the Synagogue, which is one of the oldest in the country. Throughout there will be a guide to develop the theme of pre-war, post-war (Abercrombie) Plymouth to the present regeneration.

There will be a coach that will pick vistors up from Plymouth Station at 10.18am.

For more information about booking tickets and information regarding train times and transport, please contact Barbara Spring on 01752 842620

Venue information

Plymouth Train Station

Plymouth, PL4

Entry details

40 (but this price is tbc) includes coffee, tea, lunch, coach, talks and guide

Coach tour begins at 10.20am

"Art Fund" is the operating name of the National Art Collections Fund, a charity registered in England and Wales (209174) and Scotland (SC038331)