ADD TO LISTFew travelers make their way to Plymouth when visiting the United States, and those that do usually only make a brief stop to see the Water Front. Other destinations such as Boston and Cambridge may be more interesting to visit in the area. Know something about Plymouth? Help us out by adding your favorite spots to this Plymouth travel guide.
Travel Tips from people who've been to Plymouth
Make sure to visit Plymouth this November. As you walk to streets you really begin to appreciate the struggle the pilgrims went through in coming to this country. Some must see attraction: Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower. Coming in November helps you get a glimpse into what the pilgrims went through without the amenities of today.
Plymouth Rock - Do not waste your time! It is pathetic and unimpressive. It looks like any piece of concrete left over from road construction. When in Plymouth, go directly to the Plimoth Plantations. That is worth your time.
There's a beach north of downtown Plymouth. You can't swim there because of pollution, but it's great for walking with a ton of shells. And no one goes there since you can't swim.
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