For history buffs, Plymouth Plantation (or, in the historically accurate spelling “Plimoth Plantation”) is one of the nation’s top attractions, and the Days Inn-Middleboro is only minutes away. Plymouth Plantation is a living, breathing museum where visitors of all ages can experience what life was like at Plymouth Plantation in the 17th century.
In the 1627 Pilgrim Village at Plymouth Plantation, visitors can talk with costumed role players who portray the Plymouth Plantation colonists (popularly known as the "Pilgrims") going about their daily lives in this small, recreated coastal village.
Visitors to Plymouth Plantation can also learn about the traditional skills and customs of the Native Wampanoag people who greeted Plymouth Plantation’s founders. Plymouth Plantation also features a Crafts Center where artisans create clothing and furniture in the styles that would have been used by the original inhabitants of Plymouth Plantation.
Of course, no visit to the Plymouth Plantation area is complete without a stop at Plymouth Rock or a stroll aboard the Mayflower II, a recreation of the vessel that brought the Pilgrims to Plymouth Plantation.
In the fall, Plymouth Plantation also offers a variety of unforgettable dining experiences to celebrate the season—including themed historical dinners or luncheons as well as a variety of Thanksgiving dining options.
Many visitors to Plymouth Plantation also include whale-watching trips, and the Plymouth Bay Winery and Plymouth Colony Winery are both nearby Plymouth Plantation.
Not surprisingly, with so much to see and do, many visitors to Plymouth Plantation take two days or more to explore the historical site. Luckily, the Days Inn-Middleboro is just minutes away from Plymouth Plantation, so guests can enjoy every aspect of Plymouth Plantation at a leisurely pace!