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e.g. 10/2 - 10/9 (Sat - Sat)
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$318
$239 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Plymouth, Penobscot County, Maine, United States
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e.g. 6/11 - 6/18 (Sat - Sat)
-29%
$318
$225 per night
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Plymouth, Penobscot County, Maine, United States
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Plymouth Information

About Plymouth

Plymouth is a town located in Plymouth County, Massachusetts that is known as “America’s Hometown” due to its place in history, folklore, and culture. It was the site of the colony that was founded in 1620 by the Pilgrims, who were passengers of the famous Mayflower ship. Plymouth is where New England was established and is the second largest town in Massachusetts, making it a popular tourist destination, especially during Thanksgiving.

Things to Do in Plymouth

Due to its rich history, Plymouth is home to many historic sites and houses, many of which offer daily tours. A few sites of interest include the Spooner House Museum, which was occupied by one Plymouth family for over 200 years and has five generations of family heirlooms on display. Visitors also come to check out the Hedge House Museum, an authentically restored 1809 Federal mansion with unusual octagon rooms. The Daniel Webster Estate & Heritage Center offers summer tours of the mansion, in addition to a summer Victorian tea that includes three courses and costs $15. There is also the Annual Cranberry Harvest Celebration that takes place in October, which has been designated as one of the top 100 events in North America by the American Bus Association and features old-fashioned activities including bog side demonstrations.

Day Trips Near Plymouth

Boston is just over an hour away from Plymouth by car, making it a great day trip. There are many fun things to do and see in Boston, including talking a walk on the Freedom Trail, which is a 2.5-mile walking route that tells the story of the nation’s founding during stops at various historic sites. Other must-do things include catching a Red Sox home game at Fenway Park, and visiting the Paul Revere House, and a stop at the New England Aquarium. Cape Cod is just thirty minutes south of Plymouth, offering a scenic drive with lots of fun coastal activities to enjoy by the beach.

Plymouth Accommodation

There are several neighborhoods in Plymouth where you can stay during your visit. The most prominent area is Downtown Plymouth, which is where Plymouth’s town hall and harbor are located. There are also the areas of North Plymouth, South Plymouth, and West Plymouth, all of which are named due to their relationship to Plymouth Center. Plymouth also has one of the longest coastlines in the state and takes up the entire western shore of Cape Cod Bay, so there are plenty of beautiful homes in beach communities available to stay in during your trip.

Transportation in Plymouth

The most popular form of transportation is the GATRA (Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Transit Authority), Plymouth’s public bus service that provides convenient and affordable service throughout Plymouth. You can also use the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), which offers year-round commuter rail service between Boston and Plymouth, especially if you are looking to spend time in the city.

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