Title: 100 Things to Do in Plymouth, Massachusetts, Before You Die
Author: Stephen Paul Sayers
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
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Plymouth, Massachusetts, home of the original Pilgrim settlement, is considered by many to be our country’s birthplace. Known as “America’s Hometown,” the quaint and coastal hamlet attracts visitors from across the country and around the world. Plymouth boasts 37 miles of breathtaking coastlines, pristine nature trails, art and cultural amenities, museums, music, gift shops, and culinary delights. 100 Things to Do in Plymouth, Massachusetts, Before You Die provides a treasure trove of unique experiences and adventures, with seasonal suggestions and itineraries that will check the boxes on everyone’s to-do list.
Experience Plymouth’s historic beginnings at Plimoth Patuxet Museums or cross the gangplank into history onto Mayflower II. Join Captain John for an afternoon of whale watching on Cape Cod Bay or soak up the sun on the ever-shifting sandbar, Brown’s Bank. Enjoy the talented thespians at Priscilla Beach Theatre, the oldest barn theater in the country, or catch the best up-and-coming live music talent at the Spire. Treat your palate to a wine tasting at Plymouth Bay Winery before heading to harbor’s edge for the daily catch at Wood’s Seafood—and make room for a mountainous ice-cream cone at Ziggy’s.
Stephen Paul Sayers first visited Plymouth as a child and forged a lasting bond with its fascinating history and sugar sand beaches. Today, Steve is a 20-year seasonal resident with intimate knowledge of the town; its unique stories, folklore, and secrets; and hidden gems. He’s the perfect host to guide the first-time visitor or seasoned resident through the town’s fabled past—historic homes, meetinghouses, and cemeteries—and into its thriving present—entertainment venues, boutique stores, restaurants, and wineries. 100 Things to Do in Plymouth, Massachusetts, Before You Die is the ultimate guide to Plymouth delivered by its biggest fan.