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Originally founded in 1620, Plymouth serves as one of the oldest towns in North America and the first colonial settlement in New England. Famous for Plymouth Rock and the First Thanksgiving, Plymouth has preserved and recreated much of its illustrious history.  Plimoth Plantation is a living museum where visitors can discover and explore colonial New England. The Mayflower II and Plymouth Rock are favorites among tourists, especially around the Thanksgiving holiday.
The “Pilgrims Highway” portion of Route 3 runs through Plymouth and serves as an important road connecting Boston and Cape Cod. Route 44 ends in Plymouth and Route 25 passes through the north part of town. The commuter rail offers service along the Kingston/ Plymouth Old Colony line and connects directly to Boston’s South Station. Read More

Plymouth is comprised of several different neighborhoods and villages including the Pine Hills, Clark’s Island, the Harbour District, and Vallerville. The town contains the Myles Standish State Forest which features a variety of outdoor recreation including hiking and camping. Plymouth also has an array of cranberry bogs that are actively maintained and harvested. Plymouth houses a dynamic community of artists and musicians and therefore is a host to many galleries, small shops, and live performances. Although the tourism industry pervades the town, Plymouth’s economy also relies on real estate, health care, and research industries.

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