Towns – Plymouth

Plymouth, MA 02360

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Nicknamed – America’s Hometown, Plymouth, Massachusetts holds much history. Plymouth Rock is just one of the many historic sites located in Plymouth. Plymouth Plantation is a living museum located south of Plymouth Center. A recreation of what life used to be like for our founding fathers, Plymouth Plantation offers role-playing, tours, and a large crafts center.

While visiting Plymouth and soaking in the sea air do not miss the Mayflower II. This full-size replica of the Mayflower, the ship which brought the Pilgrims to Plymouth in 1620, is at the State Pier in Plymouth Center. Open as a museum, the Mayflower II is a unique and fun place to learn about American history.

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Settled: 1620
Incorporated: 1620
County: Plymouth

Plymouth, MA Population:
2008: 55,705
2000: 51,701
1990: 45,608

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