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Journalist Rich Warren visited Plymouth for a Familiarization Trip prior to COVID hitting in the Spring. He really knocked it out of the park with his coverage of Plymouth. Read it here.

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Thanksgiving Parade

America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade Cancelled

America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade has been cancelled due to COVID according to an article published September 16, 2020 on Read the article and view the video featuring Olly DeMacedo, executive director of America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration parade here.      

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Plymouth, MA Named One of the Best Places in the U.S. to Spend Thanksgiving Weekend has named Plymouth, MA one of the Best Places in the U.S. to Spend Thanksgiving Weekend. Read the September 9, 2020 article here.

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Plymouth, county ad campaigns boost regional tourism

A September 2, 2020 article written by Emily Clark appeared in as well as other Wicked Local sites and features See Plymouth Executive Director Lea Filson discussing Plymouth’s response to COVID as well as current state and local advertising efforts to reinvigorate tourism. Read the article in its entirety here.

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Mayflower II after restoration

Mayflower’s Homecoming Journey

After a 3 year multi-million dollar restoration, the Mayflower II, returned to her home birth in Plymouth, MA. This wooden sailing vessel, a re-creation of the original Mayflower that carried the colonists to the New World serves as a floating classroom for people from around the world. Learn more about her restoration and historic journey home. Produced by Creative Media...

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Leyden Street Plymouth MA

When the Time is Right, We’ll be Ready

The coronavirus pandemic has shifted the life of every American, upending all normalcy—and from a business perspective, the travel industry has been one of the hardest hit. The latest travel data reflects the dire situation our industry continues to face, but it is our day-to-day realities that underscore the true impact of the coronavirus pandemic on our companies, our communities,...

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Women’s History Flashmob in Plymouth, Massachusetts Salutes 100th anniversary of 19th Amendment

August 26, 2020 Pilgrim Hall Museum, in partnership with the Plymouth Area League of Women Voters, the Herring Pond Wampanoag Tribe, Indivisible Plymouth, the Plymouth Antiquarian Society, and Plymouth 400 Inc., has released a flashmob video commemorating the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment guaranteeing women’s right to vote in America. The Amendment to the US Constitution was certified and...

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Virtual Harlow Family Reunion

PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information, contact: Anne Mason, Executive Director, Plymouth Antiquarian Society Phone: 508-746-0012 Email: VIRTUAL HARLOW FAMILY REUNION FRIDAY, AUGUST 28th – SUNDAY, AUGUST 30th Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 81st Annual Meeting and Reunion of the Harlow Family Association will be held online. Hosted via Zoom by the Plymouth Antiquarian Society, this...

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Plimoth Plantation village

Plimoth Plantation Receives Grants from Institute of Museum and Library Services and National Endowment for the Humanities 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Rob Kluin, Director, Marketing & Communications | 508.746.1622, ext. 8210 Plymouth, Massachusetts (August 17, 2020) – Plimoth Plantation, the living history museum of 17th-century Massachusetts, today announced that it has received grants from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The two awards provide essential funding...

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