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Editor Notes: America's Hometown Shuttle Trolley can be boarded at any one of nine stops, including the Plymouth Information Center on Wat...Read More
Sightseeing Tours-Bus & Trolley
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Burial Hill
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Burial Hill, at the head of Town Square, is the site of a fort built 1622-23, a watchtower built in 1643 and the burial plac...Read More
Cemeteries; Historic Sites
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Capt. John Whale Watching Tours
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Capt. John Whale Watching Tours is at 10 Town Wharf. Narrated by experienced naturalist guides, whale-watching trips last ab...Read More
Sightseeing Tours-Boats
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Cole's Hill
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Cole's Hill, on Water St., is the burial place of Pilgrims who died during the first winter in the New World. Cyrus Dallin's...Read More
Cemeteries
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Dead of Night Ghost Tours
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Dead of Night Ghost Tours meets at the hearse parked on Water St., next to Plymouth Rock. The tour company offers a variety ...Read More
Sightseeing Tours
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Hedge House Museum
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Hedge House Museum, 126 Water St., offers visitors a glimpse into 19th-century life. Built in 1809, the historic house was o...Read More
Exhibits & Collections-General; Historic Buildings & Houses
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Jabez Howland House
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Jabez Howland House, 33 Sandwich St., is the 1667 house that was lived in by Mayflower passengers. Guided tours are ...Read More
Historic Buildings & Houses
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Jenney Museum
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Jenney Museum is at 48 Summer St. in an 18th-century house. Two exhibit rooms offer displays that relate the history of Plym...Read More
Exhibits & Collections-Historical; Museums; Walking Tours
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Mayflower II
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Mayflower II, moored at State Pier at Pilgrim Memorial State Park, is a reproduction of the ship that brought English coloni...Read More
Ships & Boats
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Mayflower Society House Museum
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Mayflower Society House Museum is 1 blk. w. of Plymouth Rock at 4 Winslow St. The original home was built in 1754 by Edward ...Read More
Gardens; Historic Buildings & Houses; Museums
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Editor Notes: National Monument to the Forefathers, 1 blk. n. of US 44 on Allerton St., is a tribute to Plymouth's founding fathers. The 8...Read More
Monuments, National; State
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Pilgrim Hall Museum
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Pilgrim Hall Museum, 75 Court St., opened in 1824 and is one of the oldest public museums in America. The two-story museum h...Read More
Exhibits & Collections-Historical; Historic Buildings & Houses; Museums
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Plimoth Grist Mill
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Plimoth Grist Mill is at 6 Spring Ln. and part of Plimoth Plantation. This 1970 mill is a reproduction of the water-powered ...Read More
Historic Sites; Mills
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Plimoth Plantation
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Plimoth Plantation, 137 Warren Ave., is a living-history museum representing 17th-century New England. It brings Wampanoag a...Read More
Arts & Crafts; Museums; Restored Villages & Settlements
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Plymouth Center for the Arts
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Plymouth Center for the Arts, 11 North St., displays works by regional artists in the 1902 Russell Library gallery and in th...Read More
Art Galleries & Museums
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Editor Notes: Plymouth Cruises Aboard Lobster Tales, departing from 9 Town Wharf at the end of SR 44, offers a variety of sightseeing tour...Read More
Children's Attractions; Sightseeing Tours-Boats
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Plymouth Rock
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Plymouth Rock, on Water St. in Pilgrim Memorial State Park, is said to rest on the site where the Pilgrims landed in Decembe...Read More
Historic Sites; Rocks
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Sparrow House
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: Sparrow House, 42 Summer St., was built before 1640 and is considered to be the oldest house in Plymouth. An adjoining craft...Read More
Arts & Crafts; Exhibits & Collections-Art; Historic Buildings & Houses
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The Spooner House
Plymouth, MA 02360
Editor Notes: The Spooner House, 27 North St., was built in 1749 and owned by members of the Spooner family from 1764 into the 1950s. The ...Read More
Exhibits & Collections-General; Historic Buildings & Houses
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