Opening of the Mayflower Trail

The Mayflower Trail will provide an iconic route through Plymouth's historic Barbican - home to the Mayflower Steps - incorporating new signs, artwork and interpretation.

Two further trails, covering Plymouth’s post war rebuild and the Sound, will be created through digital and printed content. The project is also working with local partners to create an accessible trail, ensuring that core content is available to all the city’s residents, and specialist trails for schools and families.

Alongside this key public spaces will be uplifted for 2020 including West Pier, home of the Mayflower Steps, and the entrance to Southside Street. Investment in these spaces will further improve the city’s visitor offer, while promoting better connectivity between the city centre and Barbican.

The opening of the Mayflower Trail in Spring 2020 will be a highlight of the Mayflower programme, with an accompanying range of launch events to promote community and visitor engagement.

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