Things to see and do - Plymouth
Unmissable tourist sites
Plymouth Travel guide
Plymouth : Michelin's recommendations
Located about 40 miles southeast of Boston, this attractive town with hilly streets sloping down to the harbor is the site of the first permanent settlement in New England. Plymouth's historic monuments and sites, particularly near the waterfront, relate the cherished story of the Pilgrims and the success of their Plymouth Colony.
Tourist attractions Plymouth : Things to see and do
6 Spring Lane. USA - Plymouth MA
Located on Town Brook, where its water wheel grinds corn daily, the museum re-creates the grist mill that John Jenney established in 1636. Visitors can watch the age-old process in the mill and purchase ground corn in the mill shoppe.
42 Summer St USA - Plymouth MA 02360
The oldest dwelling (1640) in Plymouth contains 18C furnishings. Locally-made pottery and artwork are on display and available for sale.
33 Sandwich St. USA - Plymouth MA 02360
This is the only house remaining in Plymouth where Pilgrims are known to have lived.
180 Water Street USA - Plymouth MA MA 02360
The Radisson in Plymouth, Massachusetts is located across the street from historic Plymouth Harbor. It provides free Wi-Fi and cable TV in the rooms while an indoor pool is available. All rooms at the Radisson Hotel Plymouth Harbor include in-room m..
155 Samoset Street USA - Plymouth MA MA 02360
Surrounded by a variety of historical sites and popular attractions, including the legendary Plymouth Rock, this hotel offers comfortable guestrooms and a free daily breakfast. The Plymouth Comfort Inn is ideally situated just off Route 3, the main ..
25 Summer Street USA - Plymouth MA MA 02360
Historic downtown Plymouth is the setting for the delightful John Carver Inn & Spa. Located on the site of the original Pilgrim settlement and just steps away from Plymouth Rock, the Mayflower II and the historic waterfront; the John Carver Inn offe..