March is Women's History Month

As recently as the 1970s, women’s history was virtually unknown in the United States school curriculum or in general public consciousness. To address this, an education task force was commissioned to initiate a “Women’s History Week” celebration in 1978.

Falling for New England

Aine O'Doherty details her travels to the United States and Plymouth, MA where she visited Plimoth Plantation, stayed at the John Carver Inn and dined at Cabby Shack and East Bay Grille. The article originally appeared in the Londonderry Sentinal.

It’s time to talk turkey – and cranberry – says LINDSAY SUTTON as he wades in to the Pilgrim Fathers’ story

Article written by Lindsay Sutton. This article originally appeared in The Liverpool Echo, a publication based in Liverpool England.

8 Ways to Make the Most of February School Vacation in Plymouth County

From arts and crafts to nautical games, here are 8 ways to make the most of February school vacation week with the family in Plymouth County.

Donna Curtin, Executive Director of Pilgrim Hall Museum

July 2, 2016

Nicholas Moore: Tell me about yourself and the history/mission of Pilgrim Hall Museum.

Anne Reilly, Executive Director of the Plymouth Antiquarian Society

Hello everyone! My name is Nicholas Moore and will be an intern for the Plymouth County Development Council/CVB this summer. Throughout the season, the PCCVB staff and I will be interviewing community members and sharing them with you here.

Mayflower II heading to Mystic Seaport

Mayflower II is departing Plymouth for Mystic Seaport on Tuesday, December 1st around noon.

A two night movie event you don't want to miss


THE PILGRIMS Official Trailer

Ric Burns' gripping documentary film THE PILGRIMS airs Tuesday, November 24th, and again Thanksgiving Day, on PBS' American Experience series.