Just over a mile south of Light House Point lies the historic town of Plymouth, founded by the Pilgrims in 1620. Plimoth Plantation stands as a proud monument to our earliest settlers. Other sites within a short distance are Plymouth Rock, the Jenney Grist Mill, 1677 Harlow Old Fort House and the Mayflower II. Today, nearly four centuries later, this vibrant community is home to 55,000 year-round residents.
Living at Light House Point in Plymouth will feel like you’re on vacation every day. From museums to golf to shopping, you’ll find activities that appeal to every taste. Enjoy a gourmet meal overlooking the harbor. Hire a charter boat to go deep sea or sport fishing. Enjoy parasailing, antiquing, or gallery hopping. The town even boasts its own symphony orchestra, the critically acclaimed Plymouth Philharmonic, which has been presenting a regular series of concerts for nearly a hundred years.