Plymouth, Massachusetts, America’s Hometown is where the Mayflower and 102 Pilgrims landed in December of 1620. That winter allowed them to build their settlement and await the spring. GOOD NEWS is that there is plenty to do prior to the vernal equinox. Pilgrim Hall Museum remains open in December and welcomes visitors again on February 1 with changing exhibits as well as experiences focusing on the iconic Pilgrim story. Burial Hill, New England oldest burial ground, offers guided tours the first Saturday of every month (except January).
Not into history? Plymouth Center for the Arts, Art Complex Museum, North River Arts, South Shore Art Center, Fuller Craft Museum; you name it, we’ve got arts galore. The events pages are loaded with things to do and parking is free through April 1. Make it a point to experience Plymouth County’s Great Indoors!