Brigadoon is a fictional village that appears, then disappears, to the chagrin of those who experienced its pleasures. Unlike Brigadoon, Plymouth County offers things to do throughout the winter months.
America’s long-standing Pilgrim Hall Museum (1824) remains a treasured space to explore (closed January) and each year a new temporary exhibit is unveiled.
The County offers great shopping opportunities. Wareham Crossing in Wareham and Derby Street Shops in Hingham tie the region together with great dining, which adds to bargain-hunting pleasure. In Plymouth, Village Landing Marketplace is reminiscent of seaside shops of yesteryear even as it offers goods we treasure today.
Colony Place continues to wow the shopping public as new stores appear and the variety of shops continues to please. A must-stop for quality purchases and appealing craftwork is the Fuller Craft Museum in Brockton.