Plymouth has a wealth of historical and natural sites including the especially familiar Plymouth Plantation. Don’t miss the town’s mainstay, the Mayflower Replica, permanently docked in Plymouth Harbor. You’ll find the world-famous Manomet Bird Observatory and the Myles Standish State Forest, which is part of the Atlantic coastal pine barrens ecoregion and is one of the largest forests north of Long Island.
"Don’t miss the town’s mainstay, the Mayflower Replica, permanently docked in Plymouth Harbor."
As a destination resort area, Plymouth offers 14 golf courses, 11 being public. These golf courses have a par ranging from 33 to 72, so they are great for all levels.
The beaches along the Plymouth shoreline are geologically the same as the beaches of Cape Cod Bay. With significant miles of ocean shoreline, Plymouth offers eight beaches, usually with ample parking. Moreover, Plymouth has over 350 fresh ponds and lakes offering an abundance of fresh and saltwater recreational activities.
"These golf courses have a par ranging from 33 to 72, so they are great for all levels."
To accommodate its visitors and townsfolk, Plymouth has over a hundred eating establishments ranging from beach-casual to high-end gourmet restaurants, with many offering convenient take-out services for beach or country-side picnics. Its cultural attractions include the renowned Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra, the newly renovated Spire Center for Performing Arts, and the Plymouth Center for the Arts, which offers performances and showings throughout the year.