Enjoy the beautiful outdoors of New England in Plymouth MA. Feel the warmth of a sunrise or sunset.
Plymouth Bay’s waterfront offers breathtaking views, a sculpture park in Brewster Gardens, the ship Mayflower, Plimoth Plantation and monuments on Coles Hill.
The most famous monument is Plymouth Rock, where the Mayflower Pilgrims are said to have stepped from their shallop onto land. Plymouth Rock has been a witness to 400 years of colonial history.
The past twelve generations of families have stood at Plymouth Rock on field trips, making wishes, getting engaged, saying goodbye to loved ones, and celebrating milestones. Isn’t it time you visited too?
After your visit, head up Leyden Street where the Pilgrims founded Plymouth on the uninhabited settlement called Patuxet by the Wampanoag Tribe. Stroll through the historic district and find a rare treasure to take home or dine in the finest restaurants New England has to offer. Map.