Visit Our Information Centers

There are three visitor information centers in Plymouth County – two in the Town of Plymouth.

Waterfront Visitor Information Center

130 Water Street | Plymouth, MA
508-747-7525 | 800-872-1620

More than 100,000 visitors from all over the world come through this center each year. Its convenient location (at the rotary across the street from Plymouth Harbor) makes it the perfect first stop when you arrive in Plymouth. You’ll be greeted by our friendly and knowledgeable staff, eager help you navigate your way around America’s Hometown!

Services & Resources Available:

  • Maps
  • Plymouth Dining, Shopping & Activities Guides
  • Brochures for Plymouth attractions, restaurants, shopping and lodging
  • Special event schedules
  • Courtesy Phones for booking room reservations, activities, and transportation
  • Ticket sales for Plymouth attractions and museums
  • Clean restrooms
  • Postcard and souvenirs for sale

2020 Hours: Open 9am-3pm 7 days a week


Massachusetts Tourist Information Center

Exit 5, Route 3 (Long Pond Road) | Plymouth, MA
508-746-1150

This Information Center is conveniently located at the Park and Ride Travel Plaza on Route 3, exit 5, inside the building with the McDonald's Restaurant. A year-round motorcoach service from Logan Airport and downtown Boston leaves and arrives at this location.

Services & Resources Available:

  • Maps
  • Plymouth County Vacation Planners
  • Plymouth Dining, Shopping & Activities Guides
  • Brochures for Plymouth County attractions, restaurants, shopping and lodging
  • Special event schedules
  • Clean restrooms
  • Food
  • Picnic tables​

Brochures available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, year-round
Info Center staff available: Thursday-Sunday 10am-3pm and Tuesday 10am-12pm
Winter hours:  Open daily 10am-2pm, except Tuesdays
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Cranberry Region Visitor Center

(Closed for 2020)
48 Marion Road, Wareham, MA
Phone: 508-295-0401

The staff at the Visitor’s Center served over 25,000 families last summer…. from over 50 foreign lands and 48 of the 50 states.  Nearly 5,000 families were directed to the local area….be it downtown Wareham, Cranberry Highway or Onset… bringing around $500,000 to local businesses, charity groups, and town events.
The center promotes SouthCoast attractions, restaurants and accommodations.