Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"The Art Complex Museum, located in the historic town of Duxbury, Massachusetts, 33 miles south of Boston, serves as a regional art center and houses the impressive collection of the Carl A. Weyerhaeuser family. In addition to a gallery for rotating objects from the permanent collection, and exhibitions spaces that feature painting, sculpture, prints and craft objects created by contemporary artists, the museum houses the Carl A. Weyerhaeuser Reference Library of over 5,000 publications. "
(This excerpt taken from The Art Complex Museum website)
"This waterfront park, home to historic Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower II museum, draws more than 1 million visitors each year. You'll also find fantastic views of Plymouth Harbor and monuments."
(This excerpt taken from Pilgrim Memorial State Park website)
"Our professional guides are well versed in all historical and cultural aspects of the area and will both entertain and educate you as you explore Plymouth, America's oldest permanent colony."
(This excerpt taken from Colonial Lantern Tours website)
"PILGRIM HALL, built in 1824, is a gallery museum in the center of historic Plymouth, Massachusetts. The nation's oldest continuously operating public museum, Pilgrim Hall houses an unmatched collection of Pilgrim possessions."
(This excerpt taken from Pilgrim Hall Museum website)
"If you're up for an adventure, this is the trip for you! An enemy ship has stolen the treasure and the crew needs your help to recapture the booty."
(This excerpt taken from Pirate Cruise website)
"Our family winery, overlooking historic Plymouth Bay, is now producing cranberry and other delightful fruit wines. Nestled in the hillside, visitors and natives alike can discover and visit many shops and attractions to compliment their winery experience."
(This excerpt taken from Plymouth Bay Winery website)
"Plimoth Plantation offers powerful personal encounters with history built on thorough research about the Wampanoag People and the Colonial English community in the 1600s."
(This excerpt taken from Plimoth Plantation website)
"Designed by the award winning team of Hurdzan/Fry, Crosswinds is the newest Championship daily fee course in Plymouth."
(This excerpt taken from Crosswinds Golf Club website)
"Pinehills Golf Club was created to rival the country's most prestigious golf clubs, bringing world class, daily fee golf to New England."
(This excerpt taken from Pinehills Golf Club website)
"Ellis D. Atwood gave this historic amusement park its name, his initials (E.D.A). He started this railroad by purchasing most of the surviving equipment from Maine’s once expansive network of two-foot gauge rail’s and had them trucked south to Carver, Massachusetts. This was the making of Edaville Railroad. Jon Delli Priscoli purchased Edaville and it’s 250 acres in 2002. There have been many exciting changes under his ownership including the reconfiguration of the entire rail course and the incorporation of vintage amusement rides such as an antique carousel and an illuminated Ferris Wheel."
(This excerpt taken from Edaville Family Theme Park website)