Plymouth, Mass., is best known for its Pilgrim history. It’s nice to know that you can see and learn about the culture here and not be bored to death with the town itself. Unlike so many tourist attraction towns, Plymouth retains a true sense of history and community — and some very nice scenery, at that, too, especially at the Plymouth Harbor area. Filled with classic coastal New England scenes of boats, docks, a small seaside park to stroll, and unassuming shops and waterfront restaurants, Plymouth, to many, seems like the gateway to Cape Cod without ever having to go over the often traffic-infested bridges.
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