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Plymouth County Development Council Convention & Visitors Bureau
170 Water St, Plymouth, MA 02360
Located just south of Plymouth waterfront is The Plymouth County Development Council. The main function is to promoteMore tourism for  Plymouth and all of its attractions and history. Some of the things it promotes include sights and attractions, events, lodging, beaches and parks, dining, shopping, golf, health and beauty, visitor center, transportation, maps and directions and businesses and services.

Plymouth Public Library Main Branch
132 South St, Plymouth, MA 02360
The Plymouth Public Library's Main Branch is located on South Street just around the corner from Plymouth North HighMore School. The library features two main floors with fiction and non-fiction sections, a children's room, a large reference department, several computer desks and quiet areas with cozy chairs where members can read. The Main Branch also features a large history and genealogy collection with more than 1,200 items relating to Mayflower descendants as well as later waves of immigrants. Plymouth Public Library is a member of the Old Colony Library Network and has access to books and other media from libraries throughout the South Shore, and public libraries throughout Massachusetts.
Dead of Night Ghost Tours & Haunted Gift Shop
31 North St, Plymouth, MA 02360
Dead of Night Ghost Tours is Plymouth's original paranormal investigator-led ghost tour. It offers four distinct toursMore of Burial Hill, the oldest cemetery in Plymouth. It offers a daytime history tour, a sunset cemetery tour, a fun scavenger hunt tour and the famous twilight lantern ghost tour. The tours require walking and stair climbing. Tickets usually sell out and can be purchased in advance at Plymouth's Visitor Center, The Laughing Moon Boutique and the John Alden Gift Shop. Tours meet next to Plymouth Rock. The company also has a gift shop selling toys and gifts related to the tours. 
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.
Century 21
120 Court St, Plymouth, MA 02360
This branch of Century 21 is located just north of historic downtown Plymouth. The specialized agents at Century 21 haveMore a long history of helping clients to navigate the real estate market. Those looking to buy or sell a home can call or drop by the office or visit the website.  
1749 Courthouse
2 Town Sq, Plymouth, MA 02360
The 1749 Courthouse is a museum celebrating the history of Plymouth and the surrounding communities. The constructionMore dates back to 1820, when the facility was used to house the offices of the local government. Today, the 1749 Courthouse holds relics from the past and is recognized as the longest used municipal building in America.
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.

Plymouth Memorial Hall
83 Court St, Plymouth, MA 02360
Plymouth Memorial Hall is dedicated to Plymouth's war veterans. The hall was built in 1921 and has been used for townMore meetings, proms, graduations, concerts, basketball and many other uses. It is the home of the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra. The main hall seats up to 1,500 people and offers handicapped accessibility. The Blue Room (upstairs) is used for plays, private parties, dances and other receptions. The American Legion History Room in Memorial Hall contains articles from most wars and uniforms of local service people who gave their lives. It is open to the public the 1st and 3rd Fridays and the 2nd and 4th Sundays of every month from noon to 4pm. It is also open Memorial Day and Veterans' Day. The VFW also has a room in Memorial Hall. For further information and group showings, contact the Post Commander at 508-746-0009.
Wells Fargo Advisors
225 Water St, Plymouth, MA 02360
Wells Fargo has a long history of providing financial service products with the personal touch. Visit the Water StreetMore location to discuss saving for various stages of life including college tuition, retirement and estate planning. Wells offers a full range of money market accounts, IRAs, bonds, insurance, stock exchange traded funds and annuities. 
Chapel Gifts & Antiques
631 State Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360
Located on State Road in Plymouth, Chapel Gifts & Antiques is a true hidden gem of a gift store with a bit ofMore history await. Built in the 1700's this building was once a real church. Today the store features Antiques, Furniture, Gifts and so much more. Ask about Medium Nights on Fridays. Pyschic Medium Katherine Hoffman holds a real night of the supernatural twice a month. Call for details. In fact you will find out on your visit to the store that they have a real resident ghost! Stop in and see what awaits!
Plimouth Investment Advisors, A Division of Citizens Union Savin
38 Resnik Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360

Plimoth Investment Advisors has assembled a knowledgeable team of investment specialists who come from some of theMore world's largest financial institutions. This group of experts, with their advanced certifications and degrees, has a long history of successful portfolio management across several types of accounts, for both private and institutional clients.

Plimoth Investment Advisors is a division of Citizens-Union Savings Bank. It offers plenty of parking in its free lot and is located off Commerce Way, minutes from Route 3.