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Plymouth, MA

Plymouth is a coastal community in southeastern Massachusetts, approximately 5 miles north of the Cape Cod Canal. It is the hub of Plymouth County, and with 133.99 square miles, has the largest area of any town in the Commonwealth.

The Town of Plymouth’s beautiful harbor draws visitors to the community year-round. Tourists are drawn to the community year-round to visit Plimoth Patuxet Museum, a “living history museum” of colonial history; Mayflower II; Plymouth Rock and numerous other historical attractions linking the town directly to America’s beginnings.

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Plymouth is the oldest town in Massachusetts and one of the richest areas in colonial history and charm. For most of its existence, Plymouth was an isolated seacoast area where economic fortunes were linked to the sea and shipping. The site of the original 1620 settlement is now a portion of today’s Downtown Harbor District.


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