PEMBROKE, Mass. — A free pocket-size brochure lists attractions and activities in Plymouth County.
The 64-page guide includes historical facts and gives information about campgrounds, beaches, motels and special events. A "Dining Out" section lists more than three dozen restaurants.
Plymouth, "America's Hometown," has more than a dozen visitor attractions including Plymouth Rock, a full-scale replica of the Mayflower, a re-creation of the Pilgrims' 1627 settlement, the nation's oldest public museum, a reconstructed 1636 grist mill, a wax museum, six historic houses, two wineries, even a cranberry museum.
Cruises for whale watching depart Plymouth during spring, summer and fall. In season daily excursion cruises from Plymouth to Provincetown are scheduled. Other attractions include Edaville Railroad, the A&D Toy Train Village Museum, and art facilities in Duxbury and Brockton.
For a copy, write to Hospitality Guide, Plymouth County Development Council, P.O. Box 1620, Pembroke, Mass. 02359.