A little about Plymouth County, Massachusetts

There’s so much to experience in Plymouth County. From museums where you don’t just learn about history, but witness it in the making, to restaurants that you’ll want the recipes of your favorite entrées. Take in the farmland and cranberry bogs. Find the perfect home-away-from-home accommodations where you won’t have to work to relax. All within driving distance of Boston. All waiting for you to enjoy.

Plymouth

For more than four centuries, Plymouth has been the heart of Plymouth County. It’s where the English Colonists made remarkable discoveries and you can too. Step into the past at Plimoth Plantation or aboard  Mayflower II. Sail the seas to spot whales, go fishing or even hunt for pirate treasure. Take to the streets of Plymouth for a memorable meal and charming specialty shops. It’s all here in "America’s Hometown".

PLYMOUTH
    Destination Plymouth

 

Bay Circuit Trail
   

 

South Shore

Known for it's scenic coastline, quaint villages, comfy B&Bs and impressive lighthouses, the South Shore offers an experience not to be missed. It's where you'll want to explore one-of-a-kind museums dedicated to farming, lifesaving and Irish Mossing. The South Shore is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy seaside dining. Savor a meal within one of the many century-old homes that have been transformed into exquisite restaurants.

COHASSET
DUXBURY
    Duxbury Business Association
HANOVER
HINGHAM
    Discover Hingham
HULL
KINGSTON
MARSHFIELD
NORWELL
PEMBROKE
    Pembroke 300
ROCKLAND
SCITUATE

Cranberry Country

You may recognize Cranberry Country’s beauty from the Ocean Spray commercials. It’s a remarkable place where you can meander through back roads and get a taste of this special industry. Look for colorful wet harvests in September and October or visit farms that use the dry-harvest process that gives us fresh cranberries for our Thanksgiving dinners.

CARVER
     Carver ACT
HALIFAX
HANSON
LAKEVILLE
MARION
MATTAPOISETT
MIDDLEBORO
     Middleboro on the Move
PLYMPTON
ROCHESTER
WAREHAM
     Onset Bay Association
     Wareham Village Association
     Wareham 2014

 

Metro South

Metro South, with its proximity to Boston is the perfect hub for exploring the County and a true destination in its own right. In fact, it’s home to a Black History Trail and the only contemporary craft museum in all of New England. Metro South boasts a wide range of restaurants, shops and accommodations. With Boston nearby, Metro South is an ideal spot to explore and enjoy when you’re planning a trip to the city.

ABINGTON
BRIDGEWATER
BROCKTON
EAST BRIDGEWATER
WEST BRIDGEWATER
WHITMAN