Boston's South Shore
Things to do in Boston's South Shore
Plimoth Plantation is a living museum that teaches visitors about Plymouth’s early English colonists and the indigenous Wampanoag people. The 17th-century English Village is a re-creation of the settlement built by the pilgrims after their arrival on The Mayflower in 1620.
A folk and country music and dance camp primarily for adults, Pinewoods got its start in 1919 as the first National Girl Scout Leadership Training School. By 1935, the Girl Scouts had moved elsewhere and the camp changed its focus to music and dance.
Calico is a women’s clothing store located in the waterfront district of New Bedford, an hour south of Boston. More boutique than consignment store, Calico displays its closely curated products on bright white shelves and wooden hangers.