Pilgrim Hall Museum
Claiming to be the oldest continually operating public museum in the country, Pilgrim Hall Museum was founded in 1824. Its exhibits are...
Plymouth Antiquarian Society
Maintains three historic houses from three different centuries. The oldest is the 1677 Harlow Old Fort House , one of the few remaining...
1809 Hedge House
You can't miss this grand, Federal edifice overlooking Plymouth Harbor. Originally built on Court St for a sea captain, it became the...
Carmen's Café Nicole
Boasting a wonderful view of Plymouth Harbor and outdoor seating, this eclectic cafe pulls off a wide variety of delicious dishes, from...
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All-American Diner information
You're here in America's Hometown – what better place to eat than the All-American Diner? It's a classic red-white-and-blue place, with a breakfast menu that reads like a novel. From corn-beef hash to eggs Benedict and amazing omelets, all of the breakfast items get rave reviews (especially the home fries). If you prefer lunch, try the Thanksgiving sandwich.