The pilgrims’ voyage across the Atlantic aboard the Mayflower, the famous landing at Plymouth Rock, and the first Thanksgiving Feast are all significant events that defined the historical relevance for the first established American city in New England. The famous journey forever dubbed Plymouth as “America’s Hometown” and helped create a mythology that still attracts nearly one million visitors per year to visit Plymouth Rock. This diverse community has an abundance of unique qualities for visitors; the warmth and charm of a small New England town, vast historical relevance, seasonal natural beauty, and a myriad of activities for all ages and interests. Plymouth has experienced a rapid growth over the last 20 years with new developments, driven mostly by tourism. As you stroll through the city’s center, you will find a special locale that perfectly blends the past and present, along with friendly locals, a healthy mix of historical architecture, several shopping plazas, unique boutiques, plus quaint family-owned restaurants.