Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR Historic Visit Might Begin With Shopping On Main Street

Photo by Wes Ennis

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH some Fall cranberies

Cranberries
Photo courtesy of the A.D. Makepeace Company

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH A CRANBERRY HARVEST.

Cranberry Harvest
Photo by Ad Makepeace

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR Historic Visit Might Begin with a friends and cocktails

Photo by Ali Stevenson

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
Your Historic Visit Might Begin with a Scrumptious Cupcake

Cupcake Charlie's

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH A BREATHTAKING VIEW OF THE HARBOR.

Plymouth Harbor
Photo by Katie McLaughlin

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN AT PLIMOTH PLANTATION

Plimoth Plantation
Photo by Wes Ennis

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH the oldest street in America

Lyden Street
Photo by Katie Buckell

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH A PIRATE ATTACK

A Pirate Cruise Aboard the Lobster Tale
Photo Provided by Plymouth Cruises

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH with a walk in nature

White Horse Beach
Photo by Destination Plymouth

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH A Destination Wedding

The Grooms First Look
Photo By Ali Stevenson

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR historic visit might begin with a look inside the 1809 Hedge House.

Plymouth Antiquarian Society.
Photo by Dan Cutrona.

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH THE ART COMPLEX MUSEUM, DUXBURY

Duxbury,
photo provided by Art Complex Museum

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN with a rainbow.

Beach Rainbow, Scituate
Photo by Ali Stevenson

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR historic visit might begin with your best round of golf.

Rees Jones 15th hole
Photo Provided by Pine Hills

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN in Hull

Hull
PCCVB

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR Historic Visit Might Begin with a Harbor Rainbow

Photo by Shields Design Studio

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH Dinosaurs!

Edaville USA, Dino Land
By Nicole Estrella of 5 Stars Families

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH A some nightlife

Photo by The Mirrored Image Photography

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH A full moon on the North River

Damons Point, Marshfield
Photo by Jay Stevenson

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH A harbor sunset

Harbor Sunset
Mary Shields

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH A TRIP TO PLYMOUTH ROCK.

Plymouth Rock
Photo by Ali Stevenson

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN on a bench with a great view

Lighthouse Road Scituate
Photo by Ali Stevenson

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR historic visit might begin with spotting a great humpback whale.

Captain John Whale Watch
Photo by Carol "Krill" Carson

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH A WALK THROUGH BURIAL HILL.

Burial Hill
Photo by Katie McLaughlin

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH stepping back in time

Plimoth Plantation
Photo provided by Plimoth Plantation

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH a trip to Wareham

Onset
Photo by Nicole Gouthro

Plymouth County
History is just the beginning
YOUR HISTORIC VISIT MIGHT BEGIN WITH A ICE CREAM SUNDAE.

Ice Cream Cruises
Photo by Plymouth Cruises

Upcoming Events

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Plymouth Cruises Aboard Lobster Tales
9 Town Wharf
Plymouth, MA 02360
Phone: 508-746-5342

Plymouth Cruises Aboard Lobster Tales

Thursday, May 1, 2014 (All day) to Friday, October 31, 2014 (All day)

Cruises for all ages - sailing daily!
 
PIRATE CRUISES: Climb aboard for a swashbuckling good time. Battle the enemy pirate ship using mighty water cannons, win back the treasure and celebrate with music, song and dance. Kids will discover the real hidden treasures of the sea when they haul up a lobster trap.  Lots of of fun and surprises on this ocean adventure. (Also availble for kids birthday parties).
 
Read more about Plymouth Cruises Aboard Lobster Tales

Plymouth Center for the Arts
11 North Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
Phone: 508-746-7222

14th Biennial North American Open Exhibition

Wednesday, October 15, 2014 (All day) to Saturday, November 8, 2014 (All day)

2014 14th Biennial North American Open Exhibition Sponsored by
New England Watercolor Society

Opening Reception & Awards Presentation
Saturday, October 18, 2014, 2-4pm

Painting Demonstrations (free and open to the public):
Julie Blanchard, Sunday, Oct. 19 at 1:30pm
Nancy Sargent Howell, Sunday, Oct. 26 at 1:30pm

Gallery Talk: Sunday Nov. 2 at 1:30pm
Andrew Kusmin & Robert Mesrop Read more about 14th Biennial North American Open Exhibition

Plymouth Public Library
132 South Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
Phone: 508-830-4250

Spooky Read-A-Thon on Halloween

Friday, October 31, 2014 - 11:00am to 5:00pm

Join us for our Spooky read-a-thon throughout the day until 5 p.m. while we have some fun scaring you and preparing you for All Hallows Eve.  We are looking for folks to stop by anytime during the day, or even stay the entire day and hear some stories and poems that will curl your toes.  Feel free to bring a treat while you spend your time listening.  Listening to poetry and ghost stories read out loud is an entirely different experience than reading them to oneself in the dark. Read more about Spooky Read-A-Thon on Halloween

Plymouth Memorial Hall
83 Court Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
Phone: 508-830-1620

Halloween on Main Street

Friday, October 31, 2014 - 2:00pm to 5:00pm

Witches, Goblins, and Ghosts, oh my! Chills & Thrills for the Entire Family!

Wear your most boo-tiful costume for a costume contest!

Start and end at Memorial Hall.

Please contact the Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce for updated information. Read more about Halloween on Main Street

Downtown Wareham
Main Street
Wareham, MA

Trick or Treat on Main Street

Friday, October 31, 2014 - 3:00pm to 5:30pm

Bring your little goblins to Wareham Village for a safe Halloween experience!

Please email the Wareham Village Association or visit the weblink for more information. Read more about Trick or Treat on Main Street

Westgate Mall
200 Westgate Drive
Brockton, MA 02301

Brockton Mall Wide Trick or Treat

Friday, October 31, 2014 - 5:00pm

Visit the Westgate Mall for a FREE Family Fun day of Trick-or-Treat! Visit the Center court for you trick or treat bag and candy. Each participating child is requested to bring a canned food item for donation to the Salvation Army.
Read more about Brockton Mall Wide Trick or Treat

Pratt Building
800 Rocky Hill Road
Plymouth, MA 02360
Phone: 508-224-4888

Priscilla Beach Theatre presents 'Why Do Fools Fall in Love?'

Saturday, November 1, 2014 (All day) to Sunday, November 2, 2014 (All day)

Priscilla Beach Theatre proudly presents the delightfully funny and nostalgic musical, Why Do Fools Fall in Love? by Roger Bean, Oct. 24-Nov. Read more about Priscilla Beach Theatre presents 'Why Do Fools Fall in Love?'

Plymouth, MA 02360

10th Official Plymouth Hometown Cleanup

Saturday, November 1, 2014 (All day)

This effort which started out small has grown to become a town-wide tradition of community service to keep our open spaces, such as parks, beaches and conservation lands, and our neighborhoods beautiful and safe for both people and wildlife. Thank you for doing your part!

The Network of Open Space Friends and the Town of Plymouth are again working together to coordinate the upcoming annual Fall Cleanup. The Town of Plymouth offers free purple bags to collect the litter and will pick up full bags from your drop location. Read more about 10th Official Plymouth Hometown Cleanup

Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary
Winslow Cemetery Road
Marshfield, MA
Phone: 781-837-9400

Mass Audubon presents Birding Basics: Beaks, Wings, and Tails

Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 8:00am to 11:00am

Interested in birding but don’t know where to start? Learn Birding Basics with birder Sally Avery. She’ll share some of the most helpful identification techniques for the beginning birder, and lead a walk through the sanctuary to help you practice your new skills. $18/$14 member. Preregistration is required, and can be completed online at www.massaudubon.org/southshore or by calling 781-837-9400.
Daniel Webster Wildlife Sanctuary is located at the end of Winslow Cemetery Road in Marshfield.

 

Tihonet Village
10 Tihonet Road A.D. Makepeace Company
Wareham, MA 02571
Phone: 508-322-4028

Grumpy's Cranberry Harvest 5k Run/Walk

Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

The race is named for Robert "Grumpy" Conway, a longtime A.D. Makepeace Company employee and nature-lover who passed away in 2010. Read more about Grumpy's Cranberry Harvest 5k Run/Walk

North River Wildlife Sanctuary
2000 Main Street
Marshfield, MA
Phone: 781-837-9400

Mass Audubon presents Succession of a Cranberry Bog Tour

Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 10:00am to 1:00pm

It’s cranberry season, and we’re ready to celebrate! Join Mass Audubon and National Outdoor Leadership School instructor Doug Lowry on a tour of Garretson Cranberry Farm, a forty-acre, third-generation, operational bog and Marshfield’s largest farm. Relying on the highly acidic peat bogs unique to our region, cranberries are not only the major commercial crop of our state, but also provide prime habitat for native flora and fauna.
Read more about Mass Audubon presents Succession of a Cranberry Bog Tour

Plymouth Public Library
132 South Street
Plymouth, MA 02360

Alzheimer’s Awareness Book Discussion - “Remembering the Music, Forgetting the Words”

Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 10:30am

Remembering the Music, Forgetting the Words” is an engaging and inspiring account of a daughter who must face her mother’s premature decline due to Alzheimer’s Disease.  In sharing the tender, the trying, and sometimes hilarious moments encountered in meeting the challenge of caring for her Mom, Ms. Whouley reveals the compassion, empathy and good humor that helped sustain their relationship despite the advancing disease.  Read more about Alzheimer’s Awareness Book Discussion - “Remembering the Music, Forgetting the Words”

Burial Hill
School Street Town Square
Plymouth, MA 02360
Phone: 508-746-0012

Burial Hill Tours - Pilgrims on Burial Hill, Stephen O’Neill

Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 1:00pm

Where are the resting places of the Pilgrims? Discover how many of the settlers who arrived on the first four ships to Plymouth (Mayflower, Fortune, Anne, Little James), may be interred on Burial Hill. Stephen O’Neill, curator of Pilgrim Hall Museum, examines the evidence for their burials, including later gravestones on the Hill, death records, and even the burial practices and beliefs of the Pilgrims themselves.

Tour begins at the top of the Hill.

Visit the weblink or call more information. Read more about Burial Hill Tours - Pilgrims on Burial Hill, Stephen O’Neill

Lions Gate
300 South Main Street
Cohasset, MA 02025

Murder at the Masquerade

Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 7:00pm to 11:00pm

The Setting: Elegantly dressed and unrecognizably masked, you are in attendance at a  fundraiser with some of the most well-known art collectors in the world.
The Art Aficionado Masquerade Ball, held  at one of the most elegant homes on the South Shore, is filled with abstract art, expensive sculptures, and people who would kill to have them.
Suddenly, an art forgery is revealed. A priceless painting disappears.
When someone drops dead, you find yourself in the midst of a murder investigation.  Read more about Murder at the Masquerade

The Spire Center for the Performing Arts
25 1/2 Court Street
Plymouth, MA 02360
Phone: 508-746-4488

Jazz Night featuring Greg Hopkins Jazz Orchestra

Saturday, November 1, 2014 - 8:00pm

The Greg Hopkins Jazz Orchestra salutes the great big bands of Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Buddy Rich, Woody Herman, Glenn Miller, Dizzy Gillespie, Gil Evans and others. Conductor, trumpeter, arranger Hopkins leads a powerful and swinging 18 piece all-star lineup! Greg and his musicians have extensive road credentials, traveling and recording with such jazz luminaries as Buddy Rich, Woody Herman, Art Blakey, Stan Getz, Bill Evans, Tony Williams, Lonnie Smith, and George Russell, just to name a few. Read more about Jazz Night featuring Greg Hopkins Jazz Orchestra

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