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You could say Plymouth County, Massachusetts was home to America’s first tourists: the Pilgrims! Relive their journey to the New World by touring the Mayflower II, a full-scale reproduction of the original ship that landed on Plymouth Rock, in the town of Plymouth. The rock itself is nearby too in Plymouth Harbor, resting at sea level for public viewing. However, even the best pilgrim needs to eat and Plymouth County’s fertile land delivers the best! Sample the region’s sweet wines at local, family-owned wineries like Plymouth and Plymouth Bay Wineries. Or, get your feet wet touring a local cranberry bog and attending the annual Cranberry Harvest Celebration in the town of Wareham. So, do as the Pilgrims did, and travel to Plymouth County!
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