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Plymouth, MA

Plymouth is a big town, encompassing over 135 acres, she holds a place of great prominence in American history, folklore and culture. The Pilgrims, passengers of the famous ship, the Mayflower, arrived in Plymouth in 1620. It is the oldest municipality in New England and one of the oldest in the United States. Plymouth once thrived as a center of rope making, fishing and shipping. Plymouth is still and active port community but the major industry of Plymouth is tourism. It is home to Plymouth Rock, Plimoth Plantation and the Pilgrim Hall Museum, the oldest continually operating museum in the United States. Residents and visitors also enjoy the nature Plymouth has to offer. Enjoy the sights Brewster gardens, Myles Standish State Park, Scusset Beach State Reservation and Doran Park have to offer.

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Plymouth Attractions

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Jenney Museum

Built by Pilgrim John Jenny in 1636 and the former location of the Jenny Grist Mill, The Jenney Museum is home to visitors looking for tours of Plymouth. Go
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Plymouth Visitor Information Center

Destination Plymouth (aka The Plymouth Visitor Information Center) - offers info to plan a Plymouth visit itinerary, a helpful staff and tickets to attractions. Go
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National Monument to the Forefathers

Formerly known as the Pilgrim Monument, the National Monument to the Forefathers celebrates the principles, morals and ethics of the Mayflower Pilgrims. Go
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Plimoth Plantation

Travel back in time at this interactive, living museum in Plymouth. Plimoth Plantation depicts the original 17th century colonist settlement as it was centuries ago. Go
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Pilgrim Hall Museum

Established in 1824, The Pilgrim Hall Museum is the oldest public museum in the US, and tells the story of the Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony. Go
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Plymouth Rock

Plymouth Rock is the 1620 landing site of the Mayflower Pilgrims and is situated in Pilgrim Memorial State Park. Go
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Richard Sparrow House

The oldest surviving house in Plymouth, The Richard Sparrow House was built in 1640, and now operates as a museum and art gallery. Go
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Jabez Howland House

Jabez Howland House is an historic home named after a decedent of Mayflower passengers, and now operates as a museum. Go



Eat, Shop, Stay Plymouth

Restaurants

Blue Eyed Crab Grill & Raw Bar
Rye Tavern
Tuscany Tavern


SouthCoast Plymouth, MA Listings

BusinessAddressCityPhone
A White Swan B&B146 Manomet Point RdPlymouth, MA508.224.3759
Above the Bay at Thorton Adam's House73 Warren AvePlymouth, MA508.830.1849
Al's Painting24 Winslow AvePlymouth, MA617.899.8474
Blue Eyed Crab Grill & Raw Bar170 Water StPlymouth, MA508.747.6776
Colonial Ford of Plymouth147 Samoset StPlymouth, MA508.746.3400
Jabez Howland House33 Sandwich StPlymouth, MA508.746.9590
Jenney Museum48 Summer StPlymouth, MA508.747.4544
John Alden Gift Shop74 Water StPlymouth, MA508.746.1887
Liberty Mutual Insurance100 Armstrong RdPlymouth, MA508.746.8758
Lobster Pound The252 Manomet Point RoadPlymouth, MA508.224.5700
National Monument to the ForefathersAllerton StPlymouth, MA
Pilgrim Hall Museum75 Court StPlymouth, MA508.746.1620
Plimoth PlantationPlymouth, MA
Plymouth RockWater StPlymouth, MA508.747.5360
Plymouth Visitor Information Center130 Water StPlymouth, MA508.747.7525
Richard Sparrow House42 Summer StPlymouth, MA508.747.1240
Rye Tavern517 Old Sandwich RdPlymouth, MA508.591.7515
Village Landing Marketplace170 Water StPlymouth, MA508.746.3493
Whimsical Wishes170 Water StPlymouth, MA508.747.7710

Plymouth, MA