Looking for activities during the summer in Plymouth MA? With an open road ahead of you and a great attitude, it's the best time to get out, socialize and see all that Plymouth and the surrounding Massachusetts area has to offer. Do you know what you’re doing next weekend? Plan an adventure for yourself and friends as you consider things to do in Plymouth MA. Summer Highlights Include:
Open Weekends at the Myles Standish Monument from June 4th to September 4th
Don’t just look at it but get right on in the impressive monument. On the Open Weekends on Saturday and Sunday from 9am to 4:30pm, you and guests can climb the inner 125 steps of the granite monuments overlooking Plymouth Harbor. Once at the top, enjoy a stunning view of Southeastern Massachusetts that encompass the Blue Hills all the way to the Cape. Contact (508) 208-0675 for more information.
Free Tuesdays at the Harlow Old Fort House from June 7th to August 30th
Get a taste of the humble beginnings of homesteaders of the 17th century. This surviving homestead of William Harlow, farmer, local cooper, and sergeant of the Plymouth militia can be entered for free for all individuals, their families or groups of up to 10 from 11am to 3pm. More information on Tuesday Free Days is available by calling (508) 746-0012 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Celebrate Red, White and Blue Days from Edaville USA from July 1st to July 3rd
Enjoy a full weekend of activities celebrating July 4th. Visit more than 90 attractions. Bring family and friends down to visit the world famous chicken located at the Choo Choo Barbeque, stop in to check out the roaring dinosaurs at Dino Land and be a part of American tradition with a scenic rain ride on Edaville’s USA. The event begins at 10am on July 1st and ends on Sunday at 5pm. Contact (508) 866-8190 for more details about the upcoming Red, White and Blue Days.
Plymouth’s Fourth of July Festivities
Hosted by Plymouth Harbor & Downtown, America’s Home Town puts on a great show on the Fourth of July beginning at 9:30am and running until 9:00pm. At 9:30 the parade begins and the route makes its way from Cordage Park Marketplace on Court Street and goes through downtown Plymouth, Main Street with a final destination at Water Street. New this year is the addition of the Plymouth Philharmonic Performance down by the waterfront. A concert will feature all of the patriotic favorites. Fireworks begin at 9pm.
Support Local Theater and Enjoy Grease from July 7th to July 23rd
The Spire Center for the Performing Arts, located at 25 ½ Court Street in Plymouth, pulls out all of the stops with this Broadway hit. Revisit good times with ‘bad boy’ Danny and ‘the girl next door’ Sandy and enjoy unforgettable songs including You’re the One That I Want, Summer Nights, Greased Lightnin’ and more. Performances are scheduled Thursdays through Saturdays. Visit americantheatre.org for more details.
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