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Plymouth Travel Tips
Take a Pilgrimage to Plymouth Accommodations
South of Boston, Massachusetts, you will find “America’s Home Town” on the south shore. Plymouth is the infamous town where the Pilgrims first landed with the Mayflower in 1620. Though it was one of the earliest European settlements in North America, Plymouth accommodations still reign as a top tourist chocies in the U.S. If you book Plymouth lodging during the winter, be sure to dress warmly.
When to Book Plymouth Accommodations
The fall is a great time to book Plymouth condos for your family vacation. The weather is just right; it's not too hot with just the right amount of chill in the air. September and October bring excellent fishing opportunities. Later in the fall, the foliage becomes brighter as the leaves start to turn. It is during this time that the cranberries are harvested, so if you have never seen this, take the kids to one of the many bogs in the area.
Plymouth Condos at Thanksgiving
If you have children, booking Plymouth lodging around Thanksgiving will be an excellent live history lesson. In 1621, the very first Thanksgiving was held in Plymouth, not far from most Plymouth accommodations in fact. You can take the kids to the historic Plymouth Rock and other historical sites throughout the town. During this time, a trip to the Plymouth Public Library would be fun, as they have an entire room dedicated to colonial and Pilgrim genealogy. Also, there are plenty of old graveyards with graves of Pilgrims as well; if you find a famous grave, be sure to make a rubbing to take back to the Plymouth condos later.
Plenty of Sights near Plymouth Lodging
There are plenty of sights to see in and around Plymouth accommodations. Pilgrim Hall Museum, right down the street from most Plymouth condos, is a gallery museum featuring the actual possessions of the Pilgrims which is fascinating. On your Pilgrim tour from your Plymouth lodging, you should also make a stop at the Jabez Howland House, which is the only existing home in which it is known that Pilgrims actually lived. And remember not to miss the Mayflower II, a standing replica of the original ship that brought the Pilgrims over the Atlantic.