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5 Fun Things to do in Plymouth County, Massachusetts

Plymouth, Massachusetts is known as “America’s Hometown.” Founded in 1620, Plymouth is the oldest town in New England, and one of the oldest in the U.S. Leyden Street is the oldest continuously inhabited street in the country! Plymouth is most known as being the location of the first Thanksgiving Feast. However, there is much more […]

A Photo Trip through Plymouth Harbor & Provincetown

During a 4 hour afternoon whale watching cruise in Plymouth, Massachusetts, Mike and I were able to catch stunning photographs, not only of whales, but also beautiful islands, lighthouses, landmarks, and water views. Check out a few of these spectacular photos which we took during my journey! Duxbury Point Lighthouse A view of Plymouth Rock […]

Fresh Seafood at Wood’s Seafood in Plymouth, Massachusetts

Woods Seafood is located directly on the waterfront in Plymouth, Massachusetts, which makes it the perfect restaurant choice for those craving fresh seafood. If you are a fan of seafood, then Wood’s should definitely be on your Plymouth to-do list. They have everything seafood related on their menu including: lobster, shrimp, fried fish, haddock, salmon, […]

Pilgrim Memorial State Park & the Plymouth Waterfront

Last weekend, my bf and I decided to take a drive over to Plymouth, Massachusetts for a stroll along the waterfront. This was our first time back in several years, so we decided to head over to Plymouth Rock and take a few updated pictures. Unfortunately, the Mayflower II replica is currently undergoing repairs. Plymouth […]

Plymouth Center for the Arts – a Small, Yet Classy Art Gallery

Today, we stopped by the Plymouth Center for the Arts for The Fine Art of Photography 3rd Annual Juried Exhibition Reception and Awards Ceremony. Live music, a cash bar, various appetizers, along with free admission were provided to all guests. We enjoyed browsing through the beautiful photography and paintings from local artists. We walked over […]



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