Plymouth Places

TripWhat's travel guide to Plymouth; our list of the best things to see, including ''Mayflower II'' and dockside exhibits, South Shore YMCA and Mayflower Society House.
  • The best place in Plymouth: ''Mayflower II'' and dockside exhibits

    ''Mayflower II'' and dockside exhibits

    State Pier
    Tickets are sold packaged with Plimoth Plantation admission. Adults $28; Children (6-12) $18; Senior Citizens (62 and over) $25; Plimoth Pass - 2 adults and up to 4 children ages 6-17 $110.. A reproduction of the Mayflower of Pilgrim fame. Affiliated with Plimoth Plantation.
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  • South Shore YMCA

    South Shore YMCA

    75 Mill St.
    Mon-Fri: 5am-10pm, Sat: 6:30am-8pm, Sun: 7am-6pm. Great way to spend time! Full exercise room equipped with both weights and cardio machines. Full size lap pool and swimming pool with slide, basketball court, game room, as well as indoor and outdoor tennis courts.
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  • Mayflower Society House

    Mayflower Society House

    4 Winslow St.
    Run by the Society of Mayflower Descendents, a beautiful 1750s house and the authoratative library on Pilgrim genealogy.
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  • Waterfront Festival

    Waterfront Festival

    mid-late August
    Live shows, crafts, children's activities and vendors.
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  • Pilgrim Belle Cruises

    Pilgrim Belle Cruises

    Mayflower II State Pier, Plymouth
    Cruise Plymouth Harbor aboard the Pilgrim Belle, a Mississippi-style paddlewheeler. Get a narrated account of this historic town and seaport and a mariner’s view of Plymouth Rock, Mayflower II, Plymouth Beach, Clarks Island and Gurnet Lighthouse. Pilgrim history, maritime lore and fascinating information about commercial fishing & lobstering await you on this 1-hour-and-15-minute cruise.
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  • Pilgrim Hall Museum

    Pilgrim Hall Museum

    75 Court St.
    Daily except Christmas and January 9:30AM-4:30PM. $7 for adults, $6 for senior citizens (62+) and AAA members, $4 for children 5-17, families (2 adults with their children aged 5-17) are $20. Adult and family residents of Plymouth, Massachusetts, are admitted free. Free parking. A gallery museum displaying the actual possessions of the Pilgrims as well as temporary exhibits related to Plymouth history.
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  • The Fours

    The Fours

    285 Washington St
    New! Great food and sports bar, attractive to all crowds!
  • Satuit Tavern

    Satuit Tavern

    39 Jericho Rd
    James Mulvee, 39 Jericho Road, Scituate Harbor, Phone: +1 781-545-2500, Casual. Fresh seafood, steaks, sandwiches & pizza. Dining room and bar. All menu items available to go.
  • Squires of Hanover

    Squires of Hanover

    1202 Washington St
    Very friendly atmosphere with both food and drink. Geared towards an adult crowd, pool tables, flat screens, and a great bar!
  • Papa Razzi

    Papa Razzi

    2087 Washington Street
    Papa Razzi first opened its doors downtown on Dartmouth Street in 1989. The sunken space below sidewalk level was dark but brimming with passion, promise, and hospitality. An inspired team, led by famed restaurateur Charles Sarkis, wanted to bring a new s
  • Carmen's Cafe Nicole

    Carmen's Cafe Nicole

    114 Water St.
    Breakfast and Lunch.. $4-$15. A taste for everyone.
  • Rustic Kitchen

    Rustic Kitchen

    94 Derby St
    Rustic Kitchen is a lively award winning restaurant featuring New American cuisine in an Old World style bistro. In New England, we are home to "The Cooking Show" airing now on Comcast Xfinity OnDemand Get Local.
  • Bigfish II Sportfishing Charters

    74 Eames Way
  • Capt. Tim Brady & Sons

    254 Sandwich St.
    Daily, beginning 7:30AM.. Deep sea fishing, sport fishing, whale watching.
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  • Christopher's Irish & Religious Gifts

    Alice Brennan
    com, religious and Irish gifts.
  • Salt water taffy

    Water St
    , +1 508-830-0824.
  • Ellisville Harbor State Park

    on Route 3A about 12 mi
    Free parking, no facilities or lifeguards. Travel lightly - it's a walk to the water. A wonderful natural area to stroll. Many types of birds can be seen in the nearby marsh and along the beach dunes.
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  • Cranberry wine

    170 Water St
    , +1 508-746-3532.
  • A glimpse of the future

    66 Samoset St
    Psychic palm and tarot card readings.
  • Myles Standish Monument

    Crescent St
    , Phone: +1 508-208-0676 (seasonal), [3]. One hundred sixteen foot high granite monument. Stairs to the top when open. Nice views open or closed.
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  • Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra

    16 Court Street
    Concerts about monthly at Memorial Hall in the off season.
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  • July 4th Celebration

    Plymouth Waterfront
  • South Shore Natural Science Center

    48 Jacobs Lane
    See Eco Zone, a multidimensional, interactive exhibit depicting the ecosystem of southeastern Massachusetts. Live animals, the outdoor trails, environmental education programs, lectures and special events. Adults $5, Seniors and ages 2-15 $3.
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  • John Alden House Museum

    105 Alden Street
    Mid May to mid Oct. M-Sa Noon-4PM.
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  • Green Harbor Golf Club

    624 Webster St
    18 holes, 6,245 yards.
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  • Art Complex Museum

    189 Alden Street
    An 8,000 piece collection featuring prints, Shaker furniture, Asian art, and American painting.
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