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Pilgrim Hall Museum
Opened in 1820, this is the oldest continually operated museum in the country. Pilgrim Hall Museum houses a large collection of Pilgrim furniture, clothing, armor, an early-American painting collection and the remains of the Sparrow Hawk, a trans-Atlantic ship dating from 1626. Exhibit: On the Waterfront: Plymouthís Maritime History.

Plimouth Plantation

In the Pilgrim Village each day corresponds to a day in the year 1627. Costumed interpreters portray residents of the colony and talk to you in their 17th-century dialect. Period tools are used to create 17th-century goods. You will see planting, harvesting, preparing and preserving foods, and militia drills.


Sight Seeing

Take a narrated tour of Plymouth: Plymouth Rock - Landing place of the pilgrims December 21, 1620; Mayflower II - Replica of the original ship used by the first settlers; Town Wharf; Gift Shops; Forefather's Monument; Pilgrim Hall; Richard Sparrow House; and much more!


Cape Cod Bay Deep Sea Fishing

Itís great fun whether a beginner or an experienced angler. Enjoy plenty of action on a deep sea fishing excursion. Experience the thrill of catching Codfish, Flounder, Haddock, Mackerel, Striped Bass or Bluefish! Never cleaned a fish before? You even get help cleaning and bagging your catch!


Cranberry Bogs

There are some 458 growers and more than 12,000 acres of producing cranberry bogs in southeastern Massachusetts. You can ride through an 1800-acre cranberry plantation on Edaville Railroad's turn-of-the-century narrow gauge railway. Edaville Railroad is also home to the Cranberry Harvest Festival in early fall.


Whale Watching

Plymouth offers unforgettable whale watching excursions on Cape Cod Bay and Stellwagen Bank. The waters off Cape Cod are the summer feeding grounds for hundreds of whales! Some of these magnificent creatures can be up to 70 feet long and weigh 65 tons. Discover these great whales during a 4-hour whale watch adventure.


In addition you'll find the historic 1760 Peabody Bradford Homestead to be ideally located for day trips to Cape Cod, the Islands, New Bedford, Newport, Concord, Lexington, Gloucester, Boston, and beyond.