On your next trip to Plymouth, Massachusetts make sure to consider employing our Plymouth car hire services as your main means of transportation through “America’s Home Town”. This is the landing place of the Mayflower when the Pilgrims arrived from England in 1620.
The city is served by a small regional airport, the Plymouth Airport but most visitors will be landing at Boston’s Logan Airport. You can also reach the city by rail, road and boat, so you can get there through pretty much any and all method of transportation. Regardless of how you get there though, once there make sure to employ our Plymouth car rental services.
Plymouth is actually a collection of villages, namely Cedarville, Manomet and North and West Plymouth, and all of them together make up the largest area of any town in the state.
Considering how the place is set up, there are several ways of seeing it, one of them would be the classic method, to go to each sight or attraction that you want to visit and do whatever it is that you do there, or you can take the car and go on a driving itinerary.
There are two major directions you can take for a driving itinerary, to the south and the coastline or to the west and see the forests and ponds.
As far as the more traditional attractions go, one place that you have to see while there is the famous Plymouth Rock which commemorates the landing of the Pilgrims, and of course in close relation to this, there’s the Pilgrim Hall Museum which features the actual possessions of the those Pilgrims alongside other exhibits related to Plymouth history.
Burial Hill is one of the oldest cemeteries in the country and contains the remains of many early settlers as well as a bunch of interesting epitaphs, definitely worth a visit because it also offers a high spot view of the harbor and you can see some old cannons here as well.
These are of course only a few of the things that you can see and do while in Plymouth, so make sure to employ our Plymouth car hire services while on your trip there.