Destination Plymouth County, MA

Plymouth County brims with things to see and do this spring

April showers bring may flowers and Mayflowers bring Pilgrims. Like spring flowers, Plymouth County Massachusetts, has blossomed and awaits your visit.

The new Fairfield Inn & Suites is opening at Colony Place, just one of 4 new hotels to choose from between now and 2020 when Plymouth will commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Landing of the Mayflower and it’s 102 Pilgrim passengers. Click here to visit the Plymouth 400 website.

Travelers to America’s Hometown are coming for the breweries, distilleries and wineries of which Plymouth has 6, 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, and Wareham Crossing.

If its water activity you’re looking for then “ships ahoy” as Captain John Whale Watching and Fishing Tours, Paddle Wheeler Harbor Tours and Plymouth Cruises aboard Lobster Tales are gassed up and ready to set sail. The arts and culture scene is alive and well at The Spire Center, proving Plymouth Rocks in 2019.

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