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Plymouth Housing Authority
130 Court St, Plymouth, MA 02360
The Plymouth Housing Authority owns and manages state public housing projects within the town of Plymouth, inMore accordance with State Regulations. The Plymouth Housing Authority acts as an independent agency and is not a division of local government. 
Plymouth Antiquarian Society
126 Water St, Plymouth, MA 02360
The Plymouth Antiquarian Society, founded in 1919, is Plymouth's largest organization dedicated to preserving historicMore houses and landmarks. The Society owns and maintains three historic houses from different centuries: the 1677 Harlow House, the 1749 Spooner House and the 1809 Hedge House and an ancient Native American site, Sacrifice Rock. Since 1920, PAS has welcomed the public to its historic properties for tours, exhibits and programs. The historic houses tell the story of everyday life in Plymouth from the mid-1600s to the present, with period rooms featuring early American furnishings and domestic artifacts. The Society also offers a seasonal calendar of special events and a children's summer series on local history. Membership is open to the public.
Newfield House
19 Newfield St, Plymouth, MA 02360
Newfield House is an assisted living facility. It offers around-the-clock nursing care, homestyle meals and on-siteMore activities.
Anchor House
60 Cherry St, Plymouth, MA 02360
Anchor House is a drug and alcohol treatment center. It provides a safe place for detoxing and treatment for theMore physical, mental and emotional issues involved in overcoming substance abuse. 
The Chilton House
3 Chilton St, Plymouth, MA 02360
The Chilton House is an assisted living facility. It offers home-style meals, on-site activities and medical treatment.
The Cranberry House
145 Water St, Plymouth, MA 02360
The Cranberry House is an eclectic gift store offering everything for today's modern traveler. Some of the items offeredMore here include — clothing, jewelry, wind chimes, dolls, cards, plates, candles and items of historical interest. Stop by on the way home from a visit to nearby popular tourist destinations such as, Plymouth Rock or The Mayflower. The Cranberry House is located right off the rotary with plenty of parking available on the side of the building. The Cranberry House is located on the wharf, right on the water, in historic downtown Plymouth.
Georgio's House of Pizza
105 Main St, Carver, MA 02330-1374
Alternate Energy
24 Fire House Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360-3280
Bourne Road Fire Station
Fire House Rd & Bourne Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360
The Bourne Road Fire Station serves the village of South Plymouth. It is located at the corner of Bourne Road and FireMore House Road.
Winsor House INN
390 Washington St, Duxbury, MA 02332
Sparrow House
42 Summer St, Plymouth, MA 02360

Built in 1630 by Richard Sparrow, the two-story building that is now known as the Richard Sparrow House isMore Plymouth's oldest existing wood frame house. The building is now a museum offering visitors a glimpse of what life was like for the town's early settlers.

In addition, The Richard Sparrow House is also has an award-winning gallery which displays handmade jewelry, glass, pottery and wood, much of which is made by local artists.

Located on the banks of Town Brook, The Richard Sparrow House is within walking distance of many other local attractions.

Cedarville House of Pizza
2230 State Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360
State Road in lower Plymouth is home to Cedarville House of Pizza. It is a family-owned and operated pizza place servingMore some of the best pizza and Subs around. On Monday and Tuesday, any large Pizza is only $12. Among some of the fare you will find here are pizza, subs, salads, pasta, wraps and calzones. Next time you don't feel like cooking or there is a big game on,  give Cedarville House of Pizza a try. ou will be glad you did.
The Harlow Old Fort House
119 Sandwich St, Plymouth, MA 02360
The Harlow Old Fort House is a historic site located on Sandwich Street in Plymouth. The house was built in 1677 andMore was made with timbers from the Pilgrims' original fort on Burial Hill. The location was family owned for over 200 years and was opened to the public by the Antiquarian Society in the early 1920s. It is on the National Register of Historic Places and offers a range of 17th century artifacts and cultural items. It also holds special events and offers tours.
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