155 Samoset St.
Plymouth, MA 02360
Phone: (508) 746-2800
Fax: (508) 746-3485
155 Samoset St., Plymouth, MA, US, 02360
- Phone: (508) 746-2800
- Fax: (508) 746-3485
It is a historic district in Plymouth, Massachusetts. It spreads across five streets Bradford, Union, Emerald, Water Cure and Freedom. It is a residential neighborhood with houses having historic significance, most of which are built in Greek Revival and Gothic Revival styles. Highlighting features include the calm neighborhoods, sidewalks, rows of trees and the notable ancient architectural styles of houses. It was listed on the National Register of Historic places in the year 1983.
Thrifty is known as a value-oriented car rental company that has an ongoing significant presence in the airport and local car rental markets.
New England Airport Coach is a premier shared van service for the Plymouth and Cape Cod areas with private sedan service available on request. Their services range from airports to any and all special occasions.
This ferry service offers express ferry service between Plymouth and Provincetown, with the transportation also being an enjoyable way to tour and explore the waters and surrounding scenery from the comfort of the deck.
First Parish Church in Duxbury, Massachusetts is a monumental Unitarian Universalist establishment. It was founded and established more than a century ago in 1840. It exemplifies the Greek Revival style of architecture and does full justice to the architectural design. The Church is of great historic importance and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1978.
Located in Plymouth County, Carver was incorporated as a town in 1790. It is named after John Carver, the premier governor of the Plymouth Colony. Visit local attraction Edaville Railroad and explore the picturesque cityscape that offers several outdoor activities like fishing and camping. This town organizes family-friendly cultural events and festivals throughout the year. The King Richard's Faire is a big annual draw.
This beautiful 11 acres park known as the Island Grove Park National Register District. Surrounded by another 35 acres of land, the Island Grove Pond features a beautiful park consisting of pine shade trees, a swimming pool with sand at the bottom, amazing picnic spots, ballrooms, shacks, trails, fishing, gazebo and a lot more. This place was also an important meeting area.
The Rockland Memorial Library is a historic structure built in 1903. Constructed in the Classical Revival style of architecture, it looks grand and beautiful. Inspite of being so old, the library has continued to function till date and serve the neighborhood community. Regular events are conducted by the library to keep its members entertained and active.
The eminent First Trinitarian Congregational Church is a distinguished congregational church site located at Scituate in Massachusetts. The historic church site was constructed in 1826 and stands as a fine example of the Classical Revival style of architecture. It continues to occupy monumental significance over the passing centuries and it is also incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places.
This stadium opened in 2002 and has a capacity of over 6000. While the park is not very impressive and everything seems to be made of tin, (even the luxury boxes!!) the red seats seem a nice change from the usually mundane green ones. Still, this minor league park has something new to offer . . . No Mascots! Okay, you're not getting something completely innovative but it's uncommon these days. So, head down to Campanelli Stadium and cheer the current team, Brockton Rox, and if you feel like you are in a cheap place, it's okay. You are!