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Wines at Plymouth Bay Winery are produced by locally-grown grapes and berries. The winery specializes in pairing recommendations. Tastings are available daily, and the wine bar can be booked for private tastings.
Led by paranormal investigators, Dead of Night Ghost Tours offers a variety of tours focused on Plymouth's history and lore. Tours include a daytime historic tour, a lantern-lit ghost tour, and a scavenger hunt tour.
Whale watching and full service meals galore on Pilgrim Belle Cruises, where Plymouth Harbor comes to life with dance parties and live acts. Ideal for birthday parties, family reunions, get togethers and corporate outings.
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Downtown off Main Street at Summer Street, Plymouth, MA 02361 MoreLess Info
Colonial Lantern Tours - Private Tours is an excursion company that uses professional guides who have knowledge about the historical and cultural aspects of Plymouth. The company has a 'Ghosts & Legends' tour and a 'Thanksgiving' trip.
White Horse Beach is a scenic public beach located along the Cape Cod Bay. In addition to the picturesque views, the beach is also home to Flag Rock, a large rock with an American Flag painted on and located offshore.
Plymouth Rock marks the site where the passengers of Mayflower, who later founded Plymouth Colony, first touched the land of the New World. The rock itself, with the date 1620 etched on it, is surrounded by protective pillars and available for public viewing.
Get a history lesson at Jabez Howland House. This historic landmark was built in 1667 and purchased by the son of Mayflower passengers. The museum, decorated in period furnishings, is open Memorial Day through Columbus Day. Tours are available.
With recreation areas for many activities, Adams Point offers opportunities for hiking, biking, walking, and kayaking. Adams Point also allows visitors to see views of the saltwater marshes and tidewaters off of its peninsula.
Whale-watching excursions led by Atlantic Whale Watch depart regularly from New Hampshire's Rye Harbor. The company also conducts chartered fishing expeditions in the Atlantic Ocean. Call or email Atlantic Whale Watch to make reservations.