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Plymouth

6 Post Office Square Plymouth, NH 03264
(603) 536-1731

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For a full community profile, visit the New Hampshire Employment Security website.

Contact the Town of Plymouth directly via the town website, e-mail, or call (603) 536-1731.

At the confluence of the Pemigewasset and Baker Rivers and the entrance to the dramatic White Mountain National Forest, you’ll find the quaint town of Plymouth, New Hampshire.

Plymouth is all about community, with much to offer individual travelers, families, and friends, including nature walks and tours, museums, shopping, dining, breweries, local artists, theatre, year-round ice skating, and more. Speare Memorial Hospital, a critical access facility, and Plymouth State University also call Plymouth home.

Ready for a night out? Looking for an activity for the day? Plymouth has what you are looking for and then some! Shop and grab lunch on Main Street or Tenney Mountain Highway, spend a night out enjoying local music, or catch a show at Plymouth State’s Silver Center for the Arts or the Flying Monkey Movie House and Performance Center.

Downtown offers a unique shopping experience, including local shops that offer natural foods, furniture, clothing, accessories, books, hardware, thrift stores, and many inviting spots to stop in and recharge. Spend the weekend in Plymouth at a B&B, inn, or hotel. You’ll find everything that you need and more in Plymouth.

How fortunate are we to live, work, and play in such a vibrant and welcoming community? My family and I enjoy all the Heart of 603 has to offer.

— Correy Hart, Woodsville Guaranty Savings Bank

NIGHT LIFE

Plymouth offers restaurants, performing arts theaters, outdoor adventures, and more.

BEST KEPT SECRET

Tubing down the Pemigewasset River

CLAIM TO FAME

  • Daniel Webster lost his first criminal case in the Plymouth courthouse, which now houses the Plymouth Historical Society.
  • In the early 20th century, the Draper and Maynard Sporting Goods Company, located in downtown Plymouth, sold items to professional baseball teams, including the Boston Red Sox. Babe Ruth and other players would visit the town to pick up equipment. The D&M Building is now part of Plymouth State University and is home to the Collins Art Gallery and a new Makerspace.

ANNUAL EVENTS

  • Holiday Parade and Hometown Celebration
  • Festival of Trees
  • Town-wide Annual Yard Sale
  • Memorial Day Parade

PARKS AND RECREATION

Plymouth Parks & Recreation

6 Post Office Square
(603) 536-1397

SCHOOLS

Plymouth is part of SAU 48 and includes:

Plymouth Elementary School
86 Old Ward Bridge Road, (603) 536-2252

Plymouth Regional High School
86 Old Ward Bridge Road, (603) 536-1444

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