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18. (Tie) Plymouth, Massachusetts | Best Attractions, Eateries, and Lodging

18. (Tie) Plymouth, Massachusetts | Best Attractions, Eateries, and Lodging
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by in Jul 2012
18. (Tie) Plymouth, Massachusetts | Best Attractions, Eateries, and Lodging
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Where to Stay in Plymouth, Massachusetts:

Pilgrim Sands Motel
A family visit to Plimoth Plantation is a grand idea, but after a full day of time travel, you and the kids are going to want to hit the beach. That’s where this well-maintained motel with a private sandy strand comes in. There are also indoor and outdoor pools for swimming.
pilgrimsands.com

 

Where to Eat in Plymouth, Massachusetts:

Cornerstone Café
Cornerstone is a cozy and comfortable breakfast and lunch option on Main Street.
www.facebook.com/pages/The-Cornerstone-Cafe/120305824649096

 

Great Attraction in Plymouth, Massachusetts:

Native Plymouth Tours
An interesting companion piece to a visit to Plimoth Plantation, these tours present the Native American slant on New England’s first English colony from a guide steeped in the ways of the Wampanoag.
nativeplymouthtours.com

Plimoth Plantation.
The story of America’s first settlement comes to life.
www.plimoth.org

Mayflower II.
Hard not to feel goosebumps imagining the Atlantic crossing by the Pilgrims when you stand before this life sized replica..
http://www.plimoth.org/what-see-do/mayflower-ii

 

Don’t Miss:

Plimoth Rock
The great symbol of freedom is now housed in a colonnaded building down by the waterfront.
www.mass.gov/dcr/parks/southeast/plgm.htm

More information in Plymouth, Massachusetts:
www.seeplymouth.com

See recommendations for the other 24 best beach towns in New England.

Please Note: This article was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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