Americas Hometown has long been known for its historical roots, but it is amazing to experience just how deep the tradition goes. The town of Plymouth was the site of the first permanent settlement of English colonists in New England. There is so much to take in and experience; from living history at Plimoth Plantation to genuine 17th-century artifacts at Pilgrim Hall, lantern tours through Plymouth's past or antiques to take home. Homes the Pilgrims inhabited and burial sites. History and tradition don't stop in Plymouth, though. All throughout Plymouth County Americas proud roots run deep, with Revolutionary War and Civil War ties, as well as fascinating maritime lore and historical tidbits.
The U.S. dollar (USD) is the official currency. Traveler's checks and credit cards are also widely accepted.