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Pilgrim Urological Association
110 Long Pond Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360
Pilgrim Urological Association specializes in digestive treatment services. Pilgrim Urological Association treatsMore everything from indigestion to more serious conditions.
Pilgrim Chimney Sweep
19 Alden Ter, Plymouth, MA 02360
Pilgrim Chimney Sweep serves residential clients in Plymouth and surrounding communities. The company provides chimneyMore maintenance services for clients by appointment only.
Pilgrim Paving
226 Cherry St, Plymouth, MA 02360
Pilgrim Paving offers both commercial and residential paving services. This includes seal coating, stone driveways andMore parking lots.
Pilgrim Custom Countertops
204 S Meadow Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360
Pilgrim Custom Countertops serves residential clients with countertop materials and installation services. The companyMore also provides coutertop repair services.
Pilgrim's Progress
13 Court St, Plymouth, MA 02360
Located in the heart of downtown Plymouth, Pilgrim's Progress is a clothing store catering to both men's and woman'sMore needs. The store has a full men's department located upstairs with all of the latest fashion. Items include shirts, suits, jackets, sweaters, jeans, pants, scarves, hats and more. Women's items include blouses, hats and sweaters, among others. Whatever clothing needs you might have, Pilgrim's is sure to please. Stop on down and see today's new fashions and trends.
Plimoth Plantation
137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, MA 02360

This living history museum depicts the life of Pilgrims and Native Americans in early-17th century Massachusetts. IfMore you want to see where some of the first Pilgrims arrived in America, then Plymouth, Mass. is the perfect place to visit. Besides the Mayflower II, there are numerous historical places to visit here. During reenactments, the Mayflower staff members are in full Pilgrim dress and speak with the visitors like it's 1627.

Further north, the Mayflower II is located on the state pier on the Plymouth Waterfront, near Plymouth Rock and other historical sites.

China Pilgrim Restaurant
204 S Meadow Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360

Located on South Meadow Road, next to the Plymouth Municipal Airport, the China Pilgrim Restaurant has been servingMore the Plymouth area for over 15 years. It offers a variety of  appetizers and soups and serves many different types of pork, beef, poultry and seafood dishes.

The China Pilgrim Restaurant's menu features the Chef's Specialities, daily combination specials and lunch specials. The restaurant serves beer and liquors as well.   

It is easy to get to, offers plenty of free parking  and is just minutes from the highway. 

Pilgrim Animal Hospital
72 Samoset St, Plymouth, MA 02360

For over 30 years, Pilgrim Animal Hospital has been providing complete veterinary services for dogs and cats. ItsMore services include preventative care, dental work, surgery and diagnostic imaging.

Pilgrim Animal Hospital is located just minutes from the highway on Samoset Street and has plenty of free parking. It offers convenient hours and is open several evenings, as well as Saturday mornings.

Sullivan Tire of Plymouth
5 Pilgrim Hill Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360
Sullivan Tire of Plymouth is a family-owned and operated auto maintenance and repair business with locations throughoutMore New England. Services include oil changes, battery replacements, engine repairs and tires.
Brewster Gardens
Water St & Leyden St, Plymouth, MA 02360
Brewster Gardens is one of the most beautiful attractions along Plymouth's waterfront. In 1620 this land was granted toMore Elder William Brewster. With the town brook and many natural springs providing endless fresh water, it is easy to see why the pilgrims chose to settle here. There are two notable monuments to see in the park, The Pilgrim Maiden and a sculpture honoring the immigrant settlers from 1700 to 2000. This is a very popular spot for summer weddings. Visitors can find limited street parking near the front entrance or in the free lot at Jenney Grist Mill.
Plymouth KinderCare
24 Pilgrim Hill Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360
This private schoolhouse and learning center run by Lisa Longo serves 100 students aged one month to 7More years—babies to twos to toddlers to school-age kids. 
Pilgrim Wine & Spirits
35 Home Depot Dr, Plymouth, MA 02360
Tony and his staff at Pilgrim Wine & Spirits are educated about their products and do what they can toMore help make your party or special occasion a hit with their products. If you are a wine drinker and want to try something new, there are always 10 different wines corked for you to try. All of your favorite beers are here, too, such as Bud, Coors and Sam Adams. There is a fully stocked selection of cordials, whiskey, bourbon, vodka and more. The store also sells lottery tickets, has ice available and several ideas and items put together to give as gifts. Check Pilgrim Wine & Spirits out on Facebook. 
John Alden Gift Shop
74 Water St, Plymouth, MA 02360
Located on the Historic Plymouth waterfront across from Plymouth Rock, the John Alden Gift shop has all the gifts andMore soveniers the tourist or local may want. Everything from cards, gifts, shirts await the eager tourist.After spending a day on the waterfront and historic surroundings, stop on in and get more info on the Pilgrims and gifts that will remind you of your trip to America's hometown. Don't forget to check out the great Taffy and other candy to boot!
The Jenney Grist Mill Museum & Shoppe
6 Spring Ln, Plymouth, MA 02360
Located in Plymouth just north of historic downtown is The Jenny Grist Mill. The Mill is a step back in time as oneMore walks through the doors of the old mill. The story of Pilgrim John Jenney and his journey to America and how he built the original grist mill will be told. See the oldest woking water wheel turning the grinding stones. Visitors learn  how corn is ground by the turn of a stone. Hear the Pilgrim's story and how important the Mill was to the survival of the colony. Tours are offered on the hour and half hour. Reservations are suggested but not necessary. Be sure to Stop by the Mill Stone Creamery ice cream shop before or after your tour.
Jenney Museum & Historic Tours
48 Summer St, Plymouth, MA 02360
Located in Plymouth just north of historic downtown is The Jenney Museum & Historic Tours. This is a step back inMore time as one walks through the doors of the old mill. The story of Pilgrim John Jenney and his journey to America and how he built the original grist mill will be told. See the oldest woking water wheel turning the grinding stones. Visitors learn  how corn is ground by the turn of a stone. Hear the Pilgrim's story and how important the Mill was to the survival of the colony. Tours are offered on the hour and half hour. Reservations are suggested but not necessary. 
Town of Plymouth Office of Emergency Management
2209 State Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360
The Office of Emergency Management is responsible for handling the town's response to emergencies, includingMore weather-related and nuclear emergencies. The office gathers and organizes volunteer and professional responses in emergency situations, including setting up shelters and organizing evacuations. Information regarding emergencies related to the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant is available on the office's website. The TTY line for the hearing impared is 508-747-0699. The office is located State Road at the Cedarville Fire Station.
Shaws Supermarkets
10 Pilgrim Hill Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360
Conveniently located right off of the highway and minutes from downtown Plymouth, Shaws Supermarket is a full serviceMore supermarket that offers a wide selection of items in all departments, including grocery, dairy, deli, bakery, produce, frozen foods, meats, seafood, florist, natural foods and more. You can go to Shaws' website for weekly specials and other cost-saving opportunities, such as savings on gas at participating gas stations.
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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