Destination Plymouth Co-op
Plymouth, Massachusetts, America’s Hometown, is so closely associated with the Pilgrims that it is the main reason visitors plan vacations here. New England weather means that some of the more well-known attractions wait for warmer weather to open their doors.
The good news is there is plenty to do before the first day of spring. Pilgrim Hall Museum welcomes visitors on February 1 with changing exhibits as well as experiences focusing on the iconic Pilgrim story. Burial Hill, New England oldest burial ground, offers guided tours the first Saturday of every month.
Not into history? Plymouth Center for the Arts, Art Complex Museum, North River Arts, South Shore Art Center, Fuller Craft Museum: you name it, we’ve got arts galore. The events pages are loaded with things to do and parking is free through April 1. Make it a point to experience Plymouth County’s great indoors!