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Plymouth Municipal Airport has been serving the people of Plymouth and Cape Cod since 1934. One of its most important functions is to serve the local emergency medical teams that look after Plymouth and the south-eastern Massachusetts area. The police use it for search-and-rescue operations, and the fire service uses its aircraft to scout for forest fires and provide support for the local fire station.
There’s a wide range of accommodation near Plymouth Municipal Airport. Choose from cosy motels in the heart of Plymouth, or stay in a hotel in an attractive position overlooking the harbour. Have the beach at your feet by booking a Plymouth beachfront hotel.
Where to Find Plymouth Municipal Airport
Plymouth Municipal Airport is about five miles south-west of one of coastal city of Plymouth. Drive about 23 miles south-east and you reach Sandwich, the gateway to Cape Cod and the cape’s oldest town. Boston, the capital of Massachusetts, is about 44 miles to the north.
Plymouth’s Many Attractions
Known as the place where the Mayflower Pilgrims stepped ashore in 1620, Plymouth is packed with history. You can see the remnant of the famous Plymouth Rock on which the settlers reportedly landed in the 17th century. Discover the stories of the Pilgrims at Pilgrim Hall Museum, which is said to be America’s oldest continually operating museum.
Just south of the town centre is the Plimoth Plantation, a reconstructed living village that gives you a glimpse into the lives of the Pilgrims. It also has the Wampanoag Homesite, where you can learn about the lives of the Native Americans who were there at the same time. If you enjoy getting out in nature, head to Myles Standish State Forest, a sprawling 16,000-acre with 15 miles of hiking and cycling trails and 16 ponds, two of which have beaches.
What to See in Cape Cod
From Plymouth, it’s only a short drive to Cape Cod and its charming towns, fishing villages and tranquil beaches. Explore the forests, dunes and beaches that cover the 40-mile Cape Cod National Seashore. Rent a bike and take a leisurely tour of the 22-mile Cape Cod Rail Trail. Join a boat trip to see whales and dolphins at play in Cape Cod Bay. Have a lazy rummage through the treasures in the antiques shops along the picturesque Old King’s Highway between Brewster and Barnstable.
Eating in Cape Cod
Cape Cod is seafood heaven, with a seemingly endless supply of the freshest fish and seafood from the Atlantic waters. Watch the lively scenes at Chatham Pier Fish Market as the fishermen unload their daily catch, and hungry bystanders buy fresh seafood from the stalls and eat it by the water’s edge.
Whichever part of southern Massachusetts you’re visiting, you’ll find travelling to and from Plymouth Municipal Airport a straightforward experience. Book a rental car from one of the offices within the town of Plymouth and explore this beautiful part of New England at your own pace.