Plymouth MA, Vacation Lodging
in the Home of the Pilgrims
Plymouth MA  Home of the Pilgrims
Inns of Newport
http://www.legendaryinnsofnewport.com/

Adele Turner Inn  http://www.adeleturnerinn.com/

Cliffside Inn http://www.cliffsideinn.com/
Best of Newport  http://www.bestofnewport.com/

Artisan Cheese Makers
Shy Brothers, Westport
www.shybrothersfarm.com

Great Hill Blue, Marion
www.greathillblue.com

Museums and Sightseeing
New Bedford Whaling Museum
www.whalingmuseum.org

New Bedford Whaling National Park
www.nps.gov/nebe/

Schooner Ernestina
www.ernestina.org

Battleship Massachusetts, Battleship Cove
www.battleshipcove.org

Plimoth Plantation and Mayflower II
www.plimoth.org

Edaville Railroad and Cranberry World
www.edaville.com

King Richard’s Medieval Faire
www.kingrichardsfaire.net

Lloyd Center of the Environment  (Nature center, Trails)
www.thelloydcenter.org

Roche Jones Duff House Museum
www.rjdmuseum.org

Buttonwood Park Zoo
www.bpzoo.org

Lizzie Borden B&B/Museum
www.lizzie-borden.com
Music & Theatre
The Zeiterion
www.zeiterion.org

The Narrows
www.ncfta.org

The Tweeter Center
www.tweetercenter.com

New Bedford Symphony
www.nbsymphony.org

Festivals On The South Coast
New Bedford SummerFest
www.newbedfordsummerfest.com

Fall River Celebrates America
www.fallrivercelebrates.com

International Institute of Culinary Arts
www.iicaculinary.com

Outdoor Activities
Osprey Sea Kayak
www.ospreyseakayak.com

New Bedford ½ Marathon
www.newbedfordhalfmarathon.com

Art Galleries
The Art Complex
www.artcomplex.org

New Bedford Art Museum
www.newbedfordartmuseum.org

Artworks
www.artworksforyou.org

Narrows Center for the Arts
http://www.ncfta.org/
Concerts, galleries the local art scene on the South Coast.

Restaurants, Food & Drink
The Back Eddy
www.thebackeddy.com

Freestones City Bar & Grill
www.freestones.com

Lodging, B&Bs
www.paquachuck.com

www.harborinnwestport.com

www.mass.gov/dcr/southeast.htm

www.destinationnewbedford.org
Wine Tours, Agricultural tours

Buzzards Bay Brewing
http://www.buzzardsbrew.com/

Coastal Wineries
http://www.coastalwinetrail.com

Vines to Wines Tours
http://www.vinestowinestours.com
B&B  will arrange transportation
from their Inn to the area's wineries.

Northeast Wineries
www.NortheastWineries.com
Events and Attractions Within A Days Drive of Plymouth
include Elegant B&B with a view of the sea on Plymouth's waterfront where the first settlers built their homes in 1620
In 1620 a group of 104 settler including a group of In 1620 a group of 104 settler including a group of religious pilgrims landed on a Massachusetts. Modern Plymouth makes the most of its history and is a great place to visit with lots of elegant B&Bs, Inns with spas, and a couple of low rise motor hotels, all built just a walk away from  were the settlers built their first houses.
Native Americans taught the Pilgrims how to fish and without that help they would not have survived according to reports. As it was, half the number of settlers perished the first winter.
Fishing proved productive for them, however, and still is for Plymouth, both charter and commercial.
The homes of the early sea captains have become fashionable B&Bs
Visitors come to Plymouth for the history; it is often called the Nations home town.
Many of the old buildings go back to the 18 th century with a few of the 17 th
The Pilgrims had left England because they were not free to practice their Christian religion without the influence of the British monarchy.
Not all of the first group were religious pilgrims; Miles Standish, for example, was hired as a soldier to provide security.
Other passenger on the Mayflower were prospectors and explorers,  few were fit enough to survive the first winter at Plymouth.
Visitors to Plymouth will stay in B&Bs  that were once the homes of Sea Captains.
Some of the  old buildings go back to the 18 th century with a few of the 17 th
Pilgrim Hall
Plymouth is still an active though small commercial fishing port with lobster boats,draggers and gill netters calling it home port.
the harbor. towards the boat ramp.  The ramp area parking is for boats with trailers but 200 yards to the north there is free parking.    Other lots provide paid parking.
You will need a vehicle to reach the Plimoth Plantation,  about three miles outside the harbor along the coast to the south.
Plymouth & Brockton shuttle runs service between the harbor and the Plimoth Plantation.
Train and bus service reaches Plymouth from
Logan Airport.
Plymouth MA Vacation Lodging in the Home of the Pilgrims can be in Elegant B&Bs on the harbor with a view of the sea.
Hotels and B&Bs offer lodging on Plymouth's waterfront where the first settlers built their homes in 1620
Plymouth MA Vacation Lodging can be in Elegant B&Bs on the harbor with a view of the fishing fleet and the sea.
Hotels and B&Bs offer lodging on Plymouth's waterfront near the stream where the first settlers built their homes in 1620
Plymouth Whale Watch Information:
Captain John's Whale Watching and Fishing Tours   Tel.   (508) 242-3161
10 Town Wharf  Plymouth, MA 02360                 41.961455 -70.667422
Plymouth MA vacation lodging is offered in the historic town center near the Jenny Grist Mill
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Plymouth MA vacation lodging is within walking distance of many tourist attractions including the Jenny Grist Mill
Lodging in Plymouth Ma is found in the town center amid many historic buildings
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