Plymouth, New Hampshire 03264
Plymouth, NH Lodging, Real Estate, Restaurants, Travel & Visitor Information
Plymouth, New Hampshire and what is now West Plymouth was part of a large plot of undivided land in the beautiful Pemigewasset Valley, this town was first named New Plymouth, after the original Plymouth colony in Massachusetts. The grant for this town went to settlers from Hollis, all of whom had been soldiers in the Seven Years’ War. Some had originally come from Plymouth, Massachusetts. Plymouth is the home of Plymouth State University. Main Street has an interesting mix of stores, restaurants, bakeries, and sporting goods stores. Plymouth is home to Plymouth State University and the old Main Street cinema is now the Flying Monkey Music Hall – aka The Flying Monkey Performing Arts Center. The Monkey brings well-known musicians and bands to New Hampshire, the venue is open all year.
George's Seafood & BBQ, 588 Tenney Mountain Hwy, Route 25, Plymouth, NH 03253 | 603-536-6330
George’s Seafood and Bar-B-Que restaurant is a great year round family eatery nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains in Plymouth NH. Serving fresh seafood, steaks, burger and sandwiches. Clambakes, Fried Seafood, Chowders, Surf N' Turf, BBQ Ribs. Daily specials. Combo Baskets, Kid's menu available. Open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.
Visit George's Seafood Plymouth
Plymouth, NH Population:
Plymouth, NH Local Information
Plymouth Police Dispatch: 911
NH Lakes Region Vacations