Welcome to The Minerva Inn.
A warm welcome awaits you from Martin, Shelly and the staff who took over The Minerva in June 2007.
The Minerva is situated in Looe Street, in the Barbican area of Plymouth, located close to the town centre and bus station.
The pub holds live music nights 3 times a week and a Jam night every Thursday, which is free for all budding musicians to sharpen their strings, whistles or vocal chords!
The Minerva Inn was named after the Goddess Minerva. Minerva was the daughter of Jupiter and Metis. She was considered to be the virgin goddess of warriors, poetry, medicine, commerce, wisdom, crafts and the inventor of music(www.crystallinks.com).
The Minerva Inn is Plymouth’s oldest serving public house, circa 1540.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Minerva Inn.
Address: The Minerva Inn, 31 Looe Street, The Barbican,Plymouth, PL40EA