Plymouth Rock is known the world over as the rock the Mayflower Pilgrims stepped on in 1620 to disembark onto land. Plymouth also offers cranberry farms, beautiful nature walks and some of the best whale watching, dining, shopping, and cultural activities in a quaint New England setting, much of it nestled along the seashore. It is a history lover’s paradise, a family friendly atmosphere, and easy walking as you take in breathtaking sunrises.

Located approximately 40 miles south of Boston and about 60 miles from Concord.

Top attractions: Plymouth Rock, the Mayflower II, the Pilgrim Hall Museum, and Plimoth Plantation.

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