The historic city of Plymouth, Massachusetts, offers something to satisfy every traveler's interests. From learning about Plymouth's history to a walk along the jetty to watch ships pass through the Cape Canal, there is something for everyone here.
Learn about the travel stories of the Pilgrims aboard the Mayflower who disembarked in this city to set up new lives and homes for themselves and their families. Visit locations like the Plimoth Patuxet, Plymouth Rock, Pilgrim Hall Museum, National Monument to the Forefathers to find out more about the history of 'America's Hometown'.Read More Less
Village Landing Marketplace, located directly at Hotel 1620, provides a true New England experience. The unique collection of specialty shops and restaurants are all locally owned and operated. Stop by for a delicious and fresh meal and select a treat from one of our many offerings!
Visit this outdoor living history museum and experience a fully functioning community that offers a glimpse into 17th-Century English village life
Visit the Mayflower II, a full-scale reproduction of the 17th-century merchant ship Mayflower that symbolizes American and British unity after WWII.
Stop at this historical site where William Bradford and the Mayflower Pilgrims who founded Plymouth Colony in December 1620 disembarked for the first time.
This impressive 81-foot, granite monument represents the religious values of the Pilgrims who landed the Mayflower at Plymouth in 1620.
Pilgrim Hall Museum houses an extensive collection of Pilgrim possessions, telling the stories of determined men and women building new lives in a new world.
Spend the day hiking, bicycling, fishing, or camping at this state-operated public recreation area located at the southwest corner of Cape Cod Bay.
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