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  • America's Hometown Trolley

    Plymouth

    Hop aboard our vintage looking Trolley for a hour and fifteen minute tour of historic Plymouth. more

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  • Imagination Island

    Plymouth

    Imagination Island is the Boston area's premier indoor playground. With 5,500 square feet of island-themed play space, children ages 1-8 (and... more

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  • Jenney House Museum - Historic Tours of Plymouth

    Plymouth

    Built in 1749 the Jenney House Museum is a 17th Century living history museum. Located on the site of the original... more

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  • Plymouth Beach

    Plymouth

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  • 1749 Court House

    Plymouth

    Oldest surviving two story wooden courthouse in America containing artifacts from early Plymouth. As a young lawyer, John Adams argued... more

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  • America's Hometown Shuttle

    Plymouth

    While relaxing in the comfort and nostalgia of our trolleys, our drivers will guide you through the rich history, world... more

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  • Colonial Lantern Tour

    Plymouth

    Candle lit walking tour of Plymouth Massachusetts. 90 minute tour. Stroll the historic streets and alleyways of Plymouth by candlelight. Each... more

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  • Colonial Lantern Tours

    Plymouth

    Nightly historic or ghost walking tours of Plymouth; punched-tin lanterns provided. Plymouth's original tour company. more

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  • Forefathers Monument

    Plymouth

    Largest solid granite monument in US. more

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  • Hedge House Museum

    Plymouth

    The 1809 Hedge House, built and lived in by Mayflower descendants, features unusual octagonal rooms and meticulously restored interiors. Guided tours... more

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  • Plymouth to Provincetown Express Ferry

    Plymouth

    Fastest and Most Direct Route to Provincetown Take the Express Route to Provincetown and get there in half the time... more

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  • Brewster Gardens

    Plymouth

    Named for Pilgrim Elder William Brewster, begin at Jenney Pond (where there is free parking) and stroll along Town Brook,... more

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  • Captain John Provincetown Ferry

    Plymouth

    Cruise across Cape Cod Bay to Provincetown. more

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  • Jabez Howland House

    Plymouth

    Only seventeenth-century house in Plymouth where Pilgrims actually lived; authentic furniture, artifacts, and documents. more

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  • National Monument to the Forefathers

    Plymouth

    Largest solid granite monument in the U.S. stands at the top of a hill facing east to the harbor,... more

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  • Parting Ways

    Plymouth

    Former New Guinea Setlement and the Parting Ways Cemetery is a State and National Hisotric Landmark in Plymouth,MA off... more

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  • Pilgrim Belle Paddlewheeler Harbor Tours

    Plymouth

    Narrated harbor tours and dinner cruises aboard an authentic paddlewheeler. Private charters, theme cruises, Sunday brunch cruises. more

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  • Plymouth Light

    Plymouth

    Est. in 1768, moved back from eroding cliff in 1997; housed America's first female lightkeeper. Open by appointment; ferry tours available ($), (800) 242-2469. more

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  • The Plymouth Night Tour

    Plymouth

    Take Plymouth's best Tour guides and train them as real Paranormal Investigators, you get the Plymouth Night Tour! Old Plymouth's... more

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  • Sam Diego's Mexican Cookery and Bar

    Plymouth

    Located in Plymouth's historic downtown Station One Firehouse, Sam's offers award winning Mexican, BBQ ribs and special items. Eclectic Southwestern... more

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