Development Organizations

Destination Salem
81 Washington Street, Suite 204
Salem , MA
Phone: 877-725-3662

Destination Salem

As the official destination marketing organization for the City of Salem, Destination Salem cooperatively markets Salem as one of Massachusetts’ best destinations for families, couples, domestic and international travelers who are seeking an authentic New England experience, cultural enrichment, American history, fine dining, unique shopping and fun.
The organization is a nonprofit, public-private partnership funded by both the City of Salem and the businesses that invest in advertising in the annual Salem City Guide & Map and the annual Guide to Haunted Happenings. Read more about Destination Salem

Celebrate Greater Plymouth, Inc.
​6 Main St. Ext., Ste. 603 Post Office Square - Courtyard Level
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-927-1927

Celebrate Greater Plymouth, Inc.

Celebrate Greater Plymouth (CGP) is dedicated to enhancing the overall experience for tourists, visitors and local residents when visiting the Greater Plymouth area.  Our services include community-based beautification programs, concerts, art festivals and the creation of a general welcoming environment for all. CGP partners with local governments, other non-profit organizations, schools and businesses to educate, entertain and promote cultural activities. It is our hope to provide civic pride and lasting memories for all who participate. Read more about Celebrate Greater Plymouth, Inc.

Destination Plymouth
134 Court Street
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-747-0100
Fax: 508-747-3118

Destination Plymouth

History is just the beginning

There’s so much to experience in Plymouth County. Where will your visit begin?

It's not often you can find someplace as special as Plymouth County. A place where the past and the present meet and have so much to offer. Walk in the footsteps of the Native Americans and the Pilgrims or chart your own course. When you visit Plymouth County, you’re bound to make history. So whether you're looking for a starting point to your next vacation or on your way to the Cape and Islands, be sure you make Plymouth County a destination. Read more about Destination Plymouth

Middleborough Tourism Committee
20 Center Street
Middleborough , MA
Phone: 774-766-6335

Discover Middleborough

Welcome to Middleborough! Come discover all that Middleborough has to offer. We have something to satisfy every interest. Middleborough is a beautiful community with strong ties to its agricultural roots. Bring the kids and stop by Soule Homestead to plant a garden and meet the animals or watch the herring and enjoy a picnic lunch at Oliver Mill Park. Read more about Discover Middleborough

Discover Quincy
180 Old Colony Ave, Suite 300
Quincy , MA
Phone: 617-639-1117;800-581-4014

Discover Quincy

As the official destination marketing organization for the City of Quincy, Discover Quincy is a non-profit, public-private partnership funded by both the City of Quincy and the businesses that invest in advertising in the annual Visitor Guide & Map and works in partnership with the Quincy Chamber of Commerce.  Read more about Discover Quincy

Plymouth County Development Council
134 Court Street
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-747-0100
Fax: 508-747-3118

Plymouth County Development Council

Greater 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.

Cranberry Country: Cranberry Country takes you through the back roads of the cranberry industry and the influence it has had on Plymouth County.

South of Boston: The South Shore is known for its scenic coastline, quaint villages, comfy B&Bs and impressive lighthouses. Read more about Plymouth County Development Council

Park Plymouth / Plymouth Growth & Development Corp.
40 Court Street Floor 1, Unit 1
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-747-5929

Park Plymouth / Plymouth Growth & Development Corp.

In much of the Downtown, the Waterfront and North Plymouth, there is paid and time-limited public parking. Public parking regulations are in enforced 365 days a year from 9am-7pm including Sundays and holidays.
Make sure you continue to park lawfully, obey all posted signs and time limits during the free parking season.
Check the weblink for updated information.
Read more about Park Plymouth / Plymouth Growth & Development Corp.

Destination New Bedford
133 William Street
New Bedford , MA
Phone: 508-979-1745

Destination New Bedford

Destination New Bedford
A historic, sightseeing city with hours of exploration. New Bedford is home to artist studios, unique shopping, year-round festivals, seaside dining and performing arts. Explore the Whaling National Historic Park, Buttonwood Park Zoo, the #1 Fishing Port in America, beaches and our Seaport Cultural District. Read more about Destination New Bedford

Plymouth Regional Economic Development foundation, Inc.
11 Lincoln Street
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-747-1620 ext. 144
Fax: 508-830-4116

Plymouth Regional Economic Development foundation, Inc.

The Plymouth Regional Economic Development Foundation Inc. has defined the permitting process within the Town of Plymouth to guide you through the various departments. Read more about Plymouth Regional Economic Development foundation, Inc.

Onset Bay Association
4 Union Avenue
Onset , MA
Phone: 508-295-7072

Onset Bay Association

Onset Bay Association (OBA) is a 501c3 non-profit civic corporation created to enhance the quality of life in the Onset Village area. Who We Are We are neighbors, business owners, visitors and members - who volunteer and/ or donate (both in-kind and cash) toward the goal of making the community more vital for everyone. Anyone can become a member, volunteer, and donate to the cause - everyone's contributions are appreciated no matter how big or small. Read more about Onset Bay Association

Old Colony Planning Council
70 School Street
Brockton , MA
Phone: 508-583-1833
Fax: 508-559-8768

Old Colony Planning Council

The Old Colony Planning Council (OCPC) is a governmental entity that was established under state statute in 1967 as a comprehensive regional agency to "prepare plans for the physical, social and economic development of the District". The Council was formed in response to a growing need of local communities to be able to address the multitude of problems that cross over local boundaries such as air and water pollution, transportation deficiencies and economic distress. Read more about Old Colony Planning Council