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See Plymouth Headquarters Relocates to 4 North Street in the Plymouth Historic and Cultural District

The official tourism agency for the town and county of Plymouth has welcomed visitors to Plymouth and Plymouth County for over 25 years Plymouth, MA (December 4, 2020) – Overlooking Shirley Square in Plymouth’s historic district, See Plymouth is excited to announce its new location. On the corner of Court Street and North Street, the group is situated in the...

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FULLER CRAFT MUSEUM PRESENTS Particle & Wave: PaperClay Illuminated

December 19, 2020 – May 30, 2021 Brockton, Mass. – Particle & Wave: Paper Clay Illuminated is a groundbreaking, traveling, international exhibition featuring 45 artists from across the globe who are redefining the potential of the ceramic arts and representing a commitment to their craft. Curated by Peter Held, exhibition provides historical information about the evolution of paper clay as...

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NECN Features Plymouth Restaurants in “Foodie” Article

NECN featured some of Plymouth’s best restaurants in their November 17, 2020 article: “Exploring Plymouth, the South Shore Town Beloved by Foodies, History Buffs” Read the article here: Exploring Plymouth, the South Shore Town Beloved by Foodies, History Buffs

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Chronicle to feature Plymouth on Thanksgiving Day

WCVB’s award-winning program Chronicle is slated to feature Plymouth on Thanksgiving Day! They will take a look back at some of the people and places in Plymouth they have visited over the years – from Plimoth Patuxet and Gurnet Light to a visit below deck of the Mayflower II. Anthony Everett also speaks with today’s Captain of the replica ship, who...

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Plimoth Patuxet Museums and the State Library of Massachusetts Announce Publication of Groundbreaking New Edition of the Bradford Manuscript

Collaboration makes the handwritten history of Plymouth Colony accessible to general audiences in the 400th commemoration year   Plymouth, Massachusetts (November 17, 2020) – Plimoth Patuxet Museums (formerly Plimoth Plantation) and the State Library of Massachusetts are proud to announce their joint publication of a new facsimile of William Bradford’s Of Plimoth Plantation, commonly known as the Bradford Manuscript. For...

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Mayflower II Added to the National Register of Historic Places

Recognition underscores the iconic ship’s national significance Plymouth, Massachusetts (October 30, 2020) – Plimoth Patuxet Museums (formerly Plimoth Plantation) is proud to announce that Mayflower II, its historic tall ship, has been named to the National Register of Historic Places, the official list of the Nation’s historic structures and places worthy of preservation. “This recognition affirms that Mayflower II is...

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PLYMOUTH 400 SPONSOR TECH-ETCH CREATES OFFICIAL SOUVENIRS FOR THE 400TH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATION

When Tech-Etch, Inc. became a Plymouth 400 Signature Sponsor, they wanted to help support the 400th-anniversary commemoration and the military/veteran organizations affiliated with Plymouth 400. That’s when they came up with an idea: the Plymouth MA-based precision parts manufacturer challenged their employee-owners to design collectible souvenirs in a competition, and four winners were chosen. Tech-Etch then manufactured the winning designs...

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MA Historic Women Trailblazers

This article features the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism’s Historic Women Trailblazers which appeared this past Sunday, October 18, 2020 in the Boston Herald, Lifestyle/Travel Section. Read it here. Learn more

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There is a Free Ride! – Introducing the ‘Plymouth GO’ Program

GATRA introduces ‘Plymouth GO’ a new type of on-demand, wheelchair accessible, public transportation program. This program is available to the public Monday-Friday 7 a.m – 5 p.m. and covers South Plymouth up to Memorial Hall. People can book very reasonably-priced rides on an on-demand basis just like with Lyft or Uber. Rides will be free until October 30th.  After that...

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