The eclectic South of Boston region marches to the beat of its own drummer, and that drummer likes history, beaches, and unexpected art. Live like the Pilgrims did (or at least make candles like they did) at Plimoth Plantation, a living-history museum where it’s always 1627 (i.e. nobody is texting!). Check out the New Bedford Whaling Museum or, even better, check out some actual whales, in the very place that inspired Herman Melville’s Moby Dick. Go to the Art Complex Museum for the classic Shaker furniture, and stay for the Japanese tea ceremony. See? We told you it was unexpected. Regardless, enjoy the natural beauty and charm of the South Shore.

For more information on the South of Boston region, visit these sites:
Plymouth County Convention & Visitors Bureau
Southeaster Massachusetts Convention & Visitors Bureau

  • Plymouth Waterfront

  • Mayflower Replica, Plymouth

  • Children's Museum in Easton

    North Easton

    Interactive exhibits in the arts, sciences, and humanities; located in historic old fire station. more

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  • Class Art and Antiques

    Plymouth

    A unique shop filled with a blend of fine art, antiques, select pre-owned furniture, home accessories and fresh flowers. more

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  • Common Sense Wholesome Food Market

    Plymouth

    Health food store and gift shop more

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  • Cosi

    Wareham

    From our unique sandwiches on our signature hearth baked bread, to our fantastic salads and soups, Cosi has something for... more

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  • Court House Museum

    Plymouth

    Oldest wooden courthouse in US (1749). more

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  • The Daniel Webster Estate and Heritage Center

    Marshfield

    Beautifully restored 1880 Queen Anne-style mansion on 14 secluded acres. The perfect setting for a wedding of casual elegance or comfortable meeting... more

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  • Dead of Night Haunted Curiosity Gift Shop

    Plymouth

    Browse through our quaint little shop of curiosities, antiques, primitives, holloween items , bric brac and just neat stuff for those... more

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  • Doll E. Daze Project & Museum Inc;

    Mansfield

    The National Black Doll Museum of History & Culture is the only museum in the country who teaches black history &... more

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  • Emerald Square Mall

    North Attleboro

    Emerald Square, located on Route 1 South in North Attleboro, is anchored by Macy's, JCPenney, Sears and Macy's Home & Men's Store.... more

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  • Fall River Carousel

    Fall River

    Housed in an elegant Victorian-style pavilion, this classic and fully-restored carousel marked by masterful carvings can be enjoyed by the... more

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  • Forge Pond Campground

    Assonet

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  • Hampton Inn New Bedford/Fairhaven

    Fairhaven

    Fairhaven is the seaside town on Buzzards Bay, right across the harbor from New Bedford, where you'll find a public... more

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  • Hearth 'n Kettle - South Attleboro

    South Attleboro

    Hearth 'n Kettle's "Cape Cod Fresh Cooking" means every meal is made-from-scratch, by trained chefs, from the freshest... more

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  • Hilton Garden Inn Plymouth

    Plymouth

    This Plymouth MA hotel is located just off Route 3 and two blocks from Plymouth Harbor, which launches whale watching tours... more

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  • Hingham Historical Society

    Hingham

    "Old Ordinary" house museum, a historic tavern and home on the Boston Plymouth road dating from the 1680s. Programs include... more

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  • HomeGrown Arts and Crafts

    Duxbury

    HomeGrown Arts and Crafts is an eclectic gallery, boutique celebrating local artists and contemporary crafters. more

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  • Humarock Beach

    Marshfield

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  • Independence Mall

    Kingston

    The Souths Shore's premiere enclosed entertainement& shopping destination Including Macy's, Sears, Target, Best Buy, 80 Mall shops, 14 Screen Cinema, sit down... more

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  • Inn at Scituate Harbor

    Scituate

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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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