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

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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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  • Jabez Howland House

    Plymouth

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

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  • The Jesse Harlow House

    Plymouth

    Historic Bed and Breakfast located in downtown Plymouth, Ma. more

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  • Lobster Hut

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  • not simply BEADS

    Plymouth

    Located at the Village Landing Marketplace. We carry more than 45 varieties of natural gemstone beads and pendants. Choose from a... 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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  • Tailored Tours

    Plymouth

    Historic walking tours led by costumed guide. Geared toward abolitionists and pilgrim ancestry. more

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  • Wicked Etsy

    Plymouth

    Wicked Etsy is a shopping event featuring local artisans and Etsy Shop owners with their handmade goods. Wicked Etsy PO... more

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  • Al's Restaurant

    Plymouth

    Italian pizzeria, family restaurant. Friendly service, homemade food, reasonable prices. Large portions. Sauce & dough made fresh daily & we grate our... more

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  • Americana Theatre Company

    Plymouth

    The Americana Theatre Company is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, professional theatre company located in the Plymouth area of Massachusetts. South shore... more

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  • Atlantic Country Club

    Plymouth

    Designed by the renowned architect team of Cornish, Silva, and Mungeam, Atlantic's vast layout spreads 18 championship holes over 187 acres of... more

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  • Auberge Gladstone Guest House

    Plymouth

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  • Barbara's Bed & Breakfast

    Plymouth

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  • Bayberry Inn Bed & Breakfast

    Plymouth

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  • The Beach House Bed & Breakfast

    Plymouth

    Oceanfront bed and breakfast on Cape Cod Bay. Quiet, residential neighborhood. Minutes to downtown Plymouth and Cape Cod bridge. more

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  • Billington Sea Kayak

    Plymouth

    Kayaking instruction. more

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  • Blue Anchor Motel

    Plymouth

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