Plymouth MA The Mayflower“America’s Hometown” and landmark for the upcoming Plymouth 400 event scheduled for 2020, Plymouth is the largest municipality and oldest town in Massachusetts.  The oldest surviving home in Plymouth was built in 1640.  The town’s population has more than doubled with the addition of The Pinehills community making a positive impact in the area. For generations, this historic, waterfront village has attracted tourists from all over the world who come to see the famous Plymouth Rock, Mayflower II, Plimoth Plantation, and spectacular Thanksgiving parade.

Population:  59,536

Location: Coastal New England / 42 miles south of Boston / 32 miles north of Cape Cod

Size: 96.5 square miles land & 37.5 square miles water

Geography: Ocean, Bay, Beach, Ponds, Forests, Parks & Recreational Areas

Bordering Towns: Bourne, Carver, Kingston, Wareham

Lifestyles: Tourist Center, Boating/Sailing, Marina, Fishing, Equestrian, Golf Courses, Hiking/Trails, Jogging/Running, Water Sports, Swimming, Kayaking, Shopping Villages, Waterfront Restaurants

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White Horse Beach:


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Chiltonville Congregational Church:

Christ Church Parish:

Faunce Church:

First Baptist Church:

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Freedom Journey Outpost:

New Hope Chapel:

Plymouth Rock Bible Church:

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Saint Kateri Church:

Salvation Army Corps Community Center:

St. Bonaventure Parish:

St. Mary’s Rectory:

St. Peter’s:

Temple Christ Messiah:

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints:

The Church of the Pilgrimage, UCC:

The New Testament Church:

Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church, ELCA:

Recreation, Conservation Areas & Trails

Plymouth MA MillConservation & Walking Trails:

Ellisville Harbor State Park:

Myles Standish State Forest:

Nelson Memorial Park:

Pilgrim Memorial State Park:

Stephen’s Park:

Wildlands Trust:


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Performing Arts:

Pinehills Golf Club:

Plymouth Center for the Arts:

Plymouth Country Club:

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Recreation Department:

Senior Center:

The Pinehills:

Town Hall:

1 Lincoln St., Plymouth, MA 02360  
PH: 508-747-1620  FAX: 508-830-4062

Town Hall Hours: M-F: 7:30am - 4:00pm

Visitor Centers:

Yacht Club:

Historical Sites

Brewster Gardens:

General Society of Mayflower Descendants:

Historic Houses and Societies:

Museums and Monuments:

Pilgrim Hall Museum:

Plimoth Plantation:

Plymouth Antiquarian Society:

Plymouth County Societies, Libraries and Museums:

The Plimoth Grist Mill:

Medical & Veterinarian Facilities

Plymouth RockBanfield Pet Hospital:

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Plymouth:

Cat Clinic Plymouth:

Court Street Animal Hospital:

Firehouse Veterinary Clinic:

Manomet Animal Hospital:

Pilgrim Animal Hospital:

Urgent Care:

VCA Roberts Animal Hospital and Pet Resort:

Oyster Farms

Ichabod Flat Oysters:

Oceanus Oysters:

Plymouth Rock Oyster Growers:

Warren Cove Oyster Farm:

Public Transportation

Boston Logan Airport


Highway: Route 3 Northbound and Southbound

Plymouth Municipal Airport:

Train Station:


Curry College Plymouth Campus:

Eastern Nazarene College Plymouth Campus:

Garden of Knowledge:

Hedge Elementary:

Kreative Kids Theatre:

Methodist Nursery School:

Middle Street School of Music:

Plymouth KinderCare:

Plymouth Public Schools:

Rising Tide Charter Public School:

Room 2 Grow Nursery School:

Spa Tech Institute:

The Ponds Childcare Center:

Quincy College at Plymouth:

Zion Lutheran Church Preschool: