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Plymouth Local History

Plymouth was where the first permanent English colonists settled in New England. Today it is known as 'America's Hometown', and is filled with historic sites and memorials, having seen a long history including connections with the Revolutionary War and Civil War.

Plymouth Attractions

Plymouth Activities

Lobster Tales Cruises Give you kids something different to do and remember, by taking them along for a Pirate Cruise, where they can battle dastardly pirates, capture their treasure, and then party down with song and dance in a musical celebration of victory and loot. Or, take them on a 'lobstering' excursion where they can haul in lobster traps and get to handle 'the biggest bugs' they'll ever see.

Plymouth Restaurants and Bars

Plymouth Restaurants

Harbor Grille Located at the Radisson Hotel, Plymouth Harbor, and serving traditional breakfasts, lunches that are delicious and relaxed affairs, and dinners to die for, well maybe that is not a good description. Divine dinners, (more appropriate, though possibly still in the realm of the afterlife, but you get my drift,) with a menu offering the freshest seafood and the finest beef.

Hearth & Kettle Restaurant Located at the John Carver Inn, 25, Summer Street, this restaurant is the epicureans delight, or if you prefer, the glutton's Holy Grail. Here you can sample real Cape Cod cooking, with the freshest native ingredients, and we are not suggesting for one moment you become cannibalistic, we mean the freshest natural foods around.

Weathervane Seafood's, INC 6 Town Wharf, this restaurant serves fresh seafood, which is very good, but the friendly service is what makes an evening here so memorable. Good for families as well as large groups.

Plymouth children's activities

Lobster Tales Cruises Give you kids something different to do and remember, by taking them along for a Pirate Cruise, where they can battle dastardly pirates, capture their treasure, and then party down with song and dance in a musical celebration of victory and loot. Or, take them on a 'lobstering' excursion where they can haul in lobster traps and get to handle 'the biggest bugs' they'll ever see.

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