Residing in Plymouth, Massachusetts, home of the Mayflower, Life Care Center of Plymouth is close to an abundance of activities. For a day trip, we suggest:


  • The Jenney House Museum is a visitor favorite because of the history and tours associated with John Jenney, the first grist miller in the United States. The tour includes important locations in America’s earliest history with pilgrims.
  • The Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau provides links to attractions, events, hotels and restaurants in and around the city.
  • Pilgrim Memorial State Park is home to Plymouth Rock as well as the largest granite statue in the world, the National Monument to the Forefathers. Visitors can explore the history of the American forefathers and the early pilgrims who settled there.
  • The Plimoth Plantation is one of three places visitors can learn about the day-to-day lives of the pilgrims and Native Americans in the area. There are costumed role players who interact with visitors. The Plymouth Grist Mill and Mayflower II are also available to visit through the plantation.
  • Pilgrim Hall Museum is the oldest operating museum in the U.S. The museum features artifacts from the time of the pilgrims, history of the local Native American tribes and art from the time period

Local Contact

Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce

134 Court St.

Plymouth, MA 02360

(508) 830-1620

(508) 830-1621 Fax