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Outdoor dining set to start again in Plymouth

Boston 25 News is reporting outdoor dining is set to start again in Plymouth. Featured in the report are quotes from our members, Jeff Zeitz from Roll Street Tavern and Nina Peters from The Tasty. See it here.

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Park Plymouth Encourages Residents, Merchants and Employees with Parking Permits to Park in the Lower Level of the South Russell Street Parking Deck

Contact: Customer Service Office at CSM@Parkplymouth.com, 508-747-5929 Allowing Use of Lower Cost Limited Permits in the South Russell Street Garage should increase parking spaces available in the downtown corridor for customers who come to Plymouth to shop, dine, and do business.   Plymouth, MA (March 26, 2021) – In an effort to free up parking spaces on Court, Main, and...

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25 Things to Do in Plymouth MA

Outofoffice.blog recently featured Plymouth MA in an article entitled 25 Things to Do in Plymouth MA, Bucket List Experiences. Read it here.

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Mirbeau Inn & Spa Receives Forbes Travel Guide Recommended 2021 Award⠀⠀

For three years in a row, the phenomenal staff at Mirbeau Inn & Spa Plymouth have achieved this prestigious award by providing each guest with a safe, relaxing, and pleasurable experience.⠀Read about it here.⠀

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Plymouth, a MA Top Travel Destination for 2021

Plymouth Makes TravelPulse.com’s “Every State’s Top Travel Destination for 2021”. Read about it here.

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Plymouth Rock Makes New England’s 10 Most Iconic Outdoor Landmarks

Plymouth Rock tops TripSavvy.com’s list of New England’s 10 Most Iconic Landmarks. Read about it here.

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 Three Local Organizations Join Forces to Apply for a ‘My Local MA’ Tourism Grant

For Immediate Release   Contact: Lea Filson, See Plymouth, 508-245-6003, lea.filson@seeplymouth.com                  Amy Naples, PACC, 508-830-1620, amy@plymouthchamber.com                  Stephen Cole, PREDF, 774-343-5024, stephen.cole@plymouth-ma.biz   See Plymouth, Plymouth Regional Economic Development Foundation (PREDF), and the Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce (PACC) sign up 41 community partners to apply for a $150,000 tourism marketing grant. Plymouth, MA (February 19, 2021)...

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Plymouth makes waves as hot foodie destination

Our member Roll Street Tavern was recently featured on BostonHerald.com as a hot new foodie spot. Read the article here.

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10 Best U.S. Family Vacations for 2021

FamilyVacation.com named Plymouth MA one of the 10 Best U.S. Family Vacations for 2021. Read about it here.

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25 Best Things to Do in Plymouth, MA

VacationIdea.com released an article January 7, 2021 — 25 Best Things to Do in Plymouth MA. Read it here.

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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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Plymouth makes top picks in the US for Fun and Educational U.S. Travel Destinations for Families

A family-friendly destination combines fun and learning and Plymouth has both! Here, kids develop curiosity, learn a few things that they probably wouldn’t have learned in school and have a great time. Read the TripstoDiscover.com article here.

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Revisiting The Most Beautiful Golf Courses in Plymouth

Image by zhaofugang1234 from Pixabay  You know a place is beautiful when it’s voted as one of the best places to spend your Thanksgiving! Plymouth has that vacation-like feel, and if you’re a golfer or a nature-lover, you’ll love its stunning golf courses both for the play and the scenery.  We’re revisiting some of the most beautiful golf courses in...

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Let’s Go There

We all need something to look forward to again. And nothing is more exciting than planning that next perfect getaway. The one that can’t get here soon enough. Because the journey begins the moment we decide to go somewhere. It’s time to feel that feeling once again. So let’s get inspired. Let’s save a date. Let’s book a trip. And...

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TripSavvy.com features Top 10 Things to Do in Plymouth, MA

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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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 WCVB.com. 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

Tripstodiscover.com 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 metrowestdailynews.com 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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Plymouth takes part in My Local MA Campaign

The Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism has launched the My Local MA campaign. The initial campaign launch includes digital billboards, social media, and website ads, with radio ads starting soon, and TV following later in the fall. This statewide campaign encourages consumers to support their local economies by spending their money at Massachusetts businesses and attractions, safely – in...

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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: director@plymouthantiquarian.org 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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Local Matters Features Mayflower II’s Return

This week’s episode of PACTV’s Local Matters highlighted Mayflower II’s return. Check it out!

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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 rkluin@plimoth.org | 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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FINAL STAGES OF MAYFLOWER II’S HOMECOMING VOYAGE UNDERWAY

Plymouth, Massachusetts (August 6, 2020) – On August 10, 2020, following a more than three-year, multi-million-dollar restoration, the 64-year-old Mayflower II will return home to Plymouth Harbor where it is a major exhibit of Plimoth Plantation, the living history museum of 17th century Massachusetts. “Mayflower II is a unique educational resource that allows us to better understand American history, from the...

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103 Pilgrims

Author Rick Pontz has released a new novel entitled 103 Pilgrims

                  Author Rick Pontz has released a new novel entitled 103 Pilgrims, a story based on unsolved mysteries from the Pilgrims who founded America. 103 Pilgrims is the first in his series of mystery and thriller novels. 103 Pilgrims is an excellent novel choice for anyone who wants to join in todays’ 400-year celebration...

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Coordinated Recovery Marketing by MA Regional Tourism Councils Results in Statewide Billboard Campaign

Contact: Nancy Gardella, Co-chair MA RTCs, 508-939-0900, nancy@mvy.com Coordinated Recovery Marketing by MA Regional Tourism Councils Results in Statewide Billboard Campaign “With love from” campaign will feature fourteen tourism regions in Massachusetts on 17 billboards over three months Boston, MA (June 30, 2020) – Beginning in July, expect to see billboards sending “postcards of love” across the Commonwealth from the...

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