Plymouth County Convention & Visitors Bureau

1620 brought America’s most famous immigrants, the Pilgrims, to Plymouth. Their story continues today at Plimoth Plantation and through a variety of museums, three centuries of historic homes of Mayflower passengers, wealthy shippers and ordinary New England folk. Deep-sea fishing… harbor cruises…whale watches… art and craft museums… lifesaving and maritime museums… scenic parks and paths, and golf, lots of golf. Springtime gardens, summertime sunshine and autumn cranberry harvests, there’s always a reason to visit Plymouth County!

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