Make your own pilgrimage to the place where the Mayflower landed. At the smallest state park in Massachusetts, you will find the "simple glacial boulder" that has become a world famous symbol. To learn more about Pilgrim Memorial State Park , visit them online or call (508) 866-2580.
Costumed "colonists" give visitors a glimpse of colonial life from the 17th century plantation life. Board a full-scale replica of the Mayflower to imagine what the journey may have been like. General admission covers all exhibits and may be used for two consecutive days, allowing to see the entire museum. For more information, visit Plimoth Plantation online.
This 2.5 mile red brick trail leads you to 16 nationally significant historical sites including the Old North Church where a lantern once warned Paul Revere "The British are coming!" Also on the trail is the U.S.S. Constitution, the oldest commissioned warship afloat. To get to the Freedom Trail , our staff will be glad to help you with directions and information for a fun filled day in Boston.
Conveniently located at the Plymouth Town Pier, fishing boat outings are abundant. Fish the local waters of Plymouth by catching a sport fishing charter or embark with a local fishing guide, many who have been fishing the area waters for decades.