What is the pollen count in Plymouth today?
Input your postcode to find out the pollen count in Plymouth today. Use Your Pollen Pal to find out if specific locations in Plymouth could trigger your hay fever whether you’re at home or out and about today.
Pollen forecast for Plymouth
Keep an eye on the pollen forecast in Plymouth over the next few days. Your Pollen Pal lets you see the Plymouth pollen forecast for four days ahead, so you know whether to head out into Tamar Valley AONB or Dartmoor National Park, or you decide to stick to Drake Circus Shopping Centre.
Pollen hotspots in Plymouth
Situated on the south coast of England, Plymouth benefits from a fresh sea breeze. Areas close to the sea have been found to have significantly lower pollen counts than inland, but that doesn’t mean Plymouth is a hay fever-free zone.
The city is home to plenty of parks and green spaces as well as being surrounded by countryside. Central Park, Hoe Park and Devonport Park are all close to Plymouth city centre, while the enormous Saltram National Trust Park is to the east. In fact, 32% of the city is luscious green space.
When it comes to countryside, Plymouth is surrounded. South Devon AONB is situated to the east, Tamar Valley AONB and Dartmoor National Park to the north, miles of Devon farmland to the west and Mount Edgcume Country Park to the south. All in all, this means whichever direction the wind blows, it could bring
tree, grass or weed pollen with it.
Hay fever friendly activities in Plymouth
Looking for things do to in Plymouth when the pollen count is high? You’ve come to the right place. There are a range of fun indoor and outdoor activities that you can enjoy without worrying about
itchy eyes or a runny nose. These hay fever-friendly activities in Plymouth are great fun for the whole family.
Beaches, pools and lidos
Make the most of the fresh sea breeze on the south coast, which keeps pollen at bay enough for you to enjoy a dip. Whether you’re in the mood for a swim in the sea or swimming some lengths, these beaches, pools and lidos fit the bill.
- • Tinside Lido
- • Jennycliff Beach
- • Firestone Bay
Museums and exhibitions
Discover Plymouth’s fascinating history, soak up some culture or learn about the natural world with these great indoor activities for days when the pollen count is high.
- • National Marine Aquarium
- • The Box
- • The Mayflower Museum
Enjoy fresh coastal air without a sneeze in sight at these outdoor attractions in and around Plymouth.
- • Drake’s Island
- • Mount Batten Watersports & Activities Centre
- • Mayflower Marina
Kimberly-Clark are not affiliated with any of the places or activities recommended on this site.