Destination Plymouth Co Op
Like spring flowers, Plymouth County Massachusetts, has blossomed and awaits your visit.
Brides and grooms will want to experience Pilgrim Hall Museum to take in the new exhibition “Wedding 396: Four Centuries of Wedding Fashions” beginning with Mayflower passengers Susannah White and Edward Winslow. The museum’s permanent exhibit of Mayflower artifacts adds depth to your encounter.
Many travelers to America’s Hometown are coming for the breweries, distilleries and wineries of which Plymouth now has six, not to mention the great variety of dining and shopping options on the Waterfront or Downtown and within our many shopping plazas: Colony Place, Village Landing Marketplace, Kingston Collection, Derby Street Shops and Wareham Crossing.
If it is water activity you’re looking for then ships ahoy as Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours, Pilgrim Belle Paddlewheeler and Plymouth Cruises aboard Lobster Tales are gassed up and ready to set sail.
Consider spending a night or two in one of our hotels or B&Bs, allowing you to take it all in and still find time to relax. See for yourself that Plymouth Rocks in 2017.