The Market Hall is a world-class space for digital innovation and learning situated in the heart of Devonport, Plymouth, UK

State-of-the-art immersive dome. Flexible co-working and inspiring workspaces. Large meeting rooms and event spaces as well as a community café and bar.

A space to work, learn, meet, eat, create… and have fun!

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Home to an awe-inspiring 15m immersive dome

The dome is the first of its kind in Europe – the Market Hall offers experiences at the cutting edge of immersive tech.

Open to everyone, and with a wide range of events and experiences for all the family, the dome invites you to explore immersive realities without the need for a VR headset. The Market hall will also offer educational immersive experiences and workshops for all ages and abilities.

What’s On?

Collaborative Co-work for everyone

Alongside mind-blowing immersive experiences, the Market Hall also provides inspiring co-work space for all kinds of creative, digital and immersive businesses; the heart of the region’s emerging immersive tech ‘cluster’.

Sign up as a paid member from as little as £20 per month to access:

  • Co-work across our broad campus of stunning spaces in the south west
  • Monthly bespoke 1-2-1 support; your projects are unique – our support flexes to help you best
  • Access to news, updates, ideas, collaborations and connections from across the Real Ideas network
  • Priority invites to experiences, workshops and events, online and face to face
  • All-In and Dedicated members can enjoy a free members’ breakfast
  • 20% discount on selected activity or services
  • Be part of a membership that means more. What we do, we do with heart; we’re passionate about solving problems and creating opportunity, for everyone

The flexible spaces at the Market Hall are the perfect spot for working, making, meeting and learning and, with the addition of a cafe/bar area, will cater for your every need from a healthy break with a barista coffee, to a delicious lunch with friends or colleagues. You’ll even be able to grab a glass of wine and enjoy an immersive dome experience after your day in our workspace.


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Opening times

Monday – Friday: 8:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10:00am – 5:00pm

Please read our current COVID guidance before visiting.

The Market Hall co-work and Immersive Dome are open! Head to our What’s On page to explore dome experiences, and book your co-work slot through your Members’ Area.

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How to find us

Market Hall, Duke St, Devonport, Plymouth PL1 4PS

You can visit us by foot, bike, bus, train, ferry or car. Real Ideas encourages green travel to our spaces, please make use of the public transport available.

Bus routes to the Market Hall: 21/21A (Plymouth City Bus) or 14 (Plymouth City Bus).

Closest train stations: Devonport or Plymouth.

There is covered bike rack storage available at the Market Hall.

Carparks in the area: Mutton Cove, Granby Way, Duke St, Brickfields. There is limited on street parking available on Duke Street, but please be mindful of residents living in the area.


There is a wheelchair friendly entrance on the west side of the building. The Market Hall is an accessible building, with accessible toilet facilities, lift access to upper floors and an accessible bar. Blue badge parking is available at the rear of the building.

Please wear a face covering when entering the building and moving around the space. Please also make use of the hand sanitiser stations and social distance yourself from others.

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The development of the Market Hall is led by Real Ideas, working with Plymouth City Council and a number of key organisations and institutions in Plymouth and beyond. These include Plymouth University, City College Plymouth, Plymouth College of Art, Plymouth Culture, Creative England, Destination Plymouth, Digital Plymouth, Oceansgate, Crowdfunder and has received support from Arts Council England, DCMS and ERDF funding.