Plymouth Gin Distillery
This is a fantastic tour of the Plymouth Gin Distillery here at Black Friars. It is indisputably the oldest working gin distillery with records of a 'mault-house' on the premises going back to 1697. However, it was in 1793 when a Mr Coates joined the distilling business of Fox & Williamson, that the distilling of Plymouth Gin began. Soon the business was to become known as Coates & Co, and remained so until March 2004. The Pilgrim Fathers spent their last night in England here in Plymouth in 1620, before they set sail on the Mayflower to start a new life in America. When they settled, they founded New Plymouth / Plymouth Colony, and the Mayflower ship forms Plymouth Gin's trademark label today. Tours vary so click on 'Book Now' to see what suits you and your group.
Tours are from £10 depending on the tour chosen. Click on 'Book Now' to get more details.
Notes: some tours are for visitors over 18 and some are available for accompaning children.
All tours have a limited number of spaces so booking is advisable.
Tour duration: 1 to 3 hours
Monday to Saturday: 10am - 5:50pm
Sundays: 11am - 5:50pm
Closed on Christmas and New Year's Eve.
Black Friars Distillery