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Elizabethan House, Plymouth

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Open Hours: Tu to Sa from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
The Elizabethan House was built in 1580. Once the home of a merchant or sea captain, the house has been carefully restored, with everything as it would have been at the time of Queen Elizabeth I. It was constructed on three floors; a shipping company used two rooms on the ground floor, and the merchant seafarer occupied the floors above. Period features include low wooden beams, a spiral staircase, windows with tiny panes, an inglenook oven, and original floors and furniture.