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Town & County of Plymouth News

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Beautiful Places in Plymouth County to Visit This Spring

May is one of the most beautiful times of the year in New England, which makes it ideal for visiting Plymouth County. With an abundance of gardens, parks, and conservation land, there are beautiful places all around to visit this spring. Be sure to bring sunscreen and your camera so you can fully enjoy all the flowers, sunshine, and greenery...

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WELCOME AMERICAN CRUISE LINES

On Saturday, May 11, Plymouth’s cruise season will begin with the arrival of the American Glory. The ship will arrive on Saturday, May 11 at 4:00 pm and depart on Sunday, May 12 at 6:00 pm. Throughout the season, 23 ships will dock in Plymouth Bay. American Cruise Lines will feature its smaller ships. American Glory 15 stops American Independence...

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Pilgrim Pups

Gift Ideas from Local Plymouth Businesses

Say you’re visiting Plymouth, MA for a fun and relaxing getaway. Suddenly, you remember something – a loved one’s birthday is coming up! And you still need to get them a present! There’s no need to panic. Plymouth is filled with local businesses and shops that have tons of great gift ideas for anyone you have to shop for. Gift...

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Annual Spring Event: The Running of the Herring

Looking for something to do in April? Then come experience the incredible phenomenon of the return of the herring to Plymouth! This annual event is a celebration of nature and a sure sign that spring is in full swing. Come to Plymouth to celebrate with the town and experience the Running of the Herring. What Is the Running of the...

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Stay Healthy In Plymouth

It’s important to stay healthy, even while traveling. It’s easy to indulge in fast food and forget to exercise while on vacation, but that often results in returning home feeling worn out and weighed down. While you should certainly take the opportunity to treat yourself, here are some ways that you can stay healthy while visiting Plymouth. Get Active CrossFit...

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Something Sweet on the South Shore

The South Shore has no shortage of sweet treats to enjoy during your stay. Whether you’re looking for something sweet for Easter, Pi Day, or just a weekend indulgence, you’ll find a wide variety of locally-made goodies that will hit the spot. Stuzzi Café and Sweet Shop  Stuzzi Café and Sweet Shop in Plymouth is a delightful fusion of a...

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Hang Out with the Guys In Plymouth County

It’s easy to become a homebody in winter and forget the importance of getting out to see the guys. Sure, maybe you’ll invite them over for the big game, but true friend groups make time to get together and go on adventures once in a while. In Plymouth County, there’s a ton of great stuff to do, so making plans...

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Celebrate Galentine’s Day on the South Shore

Galentine’s Day, which is the fictional holiday celebrated in the hit TV series Parks & Recreation, has become an observed global holiday in the real world. It’s a day that celebrates women’s friendship. While it’s typically marked as February 13th, it can be observed any day between February 1st and Valentine’s Day. Really, there’s no date that isn’t great for...

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Spend A Day Out with Your Daughter in Plymouth

The bond between a mother and daughter is often special, and deserves to grow even as the little girl grows up. Whether you’re a mother looking to create new memories with her growing daughter, connect with a teen, or keep in touch with a busy adult, Plymouth is full of spas, shopping, and dining perfect for a day out together....

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Enjoy historic tours of Hingham in @hinghamhistorical`s bright yellow, street-legal, low-speed electric golf cart—the Hingham History Cart!

⌚ Wednesday-Fridays 11 AM, 1 PM and 2 PM
📍 34 Main Street, Hingham

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Fun fact! Architect Alexander Parris, renowned for his Greek Revival Style and known for designing Quincy Market in Boston, was also the mastermind behind the design for @pilgrim_hall_museum! #PlymouthMA #PlymouthCounty #SeePlymouth #VisitMA #Massachusetts #NewEngland #Travel ...