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The Penn Theatre shows classic movies and newer films.
Downtown Plymouth hosts many events during the year, including car shows.

Plymouth Historical Museum has a large collection of Abraham Lincoln items, local exhibits, and periodically hosts special events.
Plymouth Cultural Center and Ice Arena is on Farmer Street.

A carnival ride at the Plymouth Fall Festival.
Plymouth's fall festival features a carnival, food, and much more.

Plymouth Orchards has apples, cider, kid activities, hayrides, and more in the fall.
Arctic Pond Arena in Plymouth.


Kellogg Park hosts many events during the year, such as a special Christmas tree exhibition.


Plymouth Township Park has a cool SprayScape for kids.
A pond with a pier at Plymouth Township Park.

One of the picnic shelters at Plymouth Township Park.
Plymouth Township Park has a large wooden playscape.

Plymouth Kiwanis Clubs Point Park in Plymouth Township.
The park between Maple and Park has several large trees.

Smith Park has a nice playground.
Playscape and picnic shelter at Lions Park.

Plymouth Veteran's Memorial Park.
Veteran's Memorial Park has several monuments that honor those who served in the military.

The Plymouth Gathering Pavilion is used for special events.
The pancake breakfast during Plymouth's fall festival is held inside the pavilion.

Kellogg Park on a summer day.
A Michigan legal milestone marker is near the center of Kellogg Park.

A fall day at Kellogg Park.
The field for the Miracle League of Plymouth.

Fairground Park has a large playground.
Volleyball court at Fairground Park in Plymouth.

Cannon Park has a gazebo and picnic area.
Knights of Columbus Park has a playscape and picnic area.

The Visteon Soccer Fields are used for youth soccer games.
Don Massey Field is near the 35th District Court building.

Wilcox Lake Recreation Area has a playscape and picnic shelter.
A pier at Wilcox Lake Recreation Area.

Gunsolly Mills Recreation Area has a nice playground and shelter.
A model car race track is at Gunsolly Mills Recreation Area.

A playscape and shelter are at Plymouth Riverside Rec Area.
Village Point Park is between Starkweather and Mill Street.

Scooby Doo and the crew at the Plymouth Ice Festival.
The Plymouth Ice Festival is held each January at Kellogg Park.

Rotary Club Playground has a nice playscape and shelter.
Garden Club Park has a large playground.

The playground at Jack Wilcox Park has several cool slides.
A small portion of Plymouth Rock from Plymouth, Massachusetts, was given to Plymouth, Michigan. The rock is at a corner of Veterans' Memorial Park.


A monument at Veterans' Memorial Park honors those who fought in the Civil War.


Biking along Ann Arbor Trail in Plymouth.
Riding along Ann Arbor Trail in Plymouth Township.

Cyclists can ride on the wide shoulder along North Territorial.
More of the shoulder bike route on North Territorial Road.

Cyclists enjoy riding on the paved shoulder along Hines Drive.
A group ride on the shoulder along Hines Drive.


Riding on the shoulder of Ann Arbor Road.


Miller Woods is a nature preserve on the north side of Powell Road.
A dirt hiking trail loops through Miller Woods.

Bridge for the paved trail at Plymouth Township Park.
Walking on the trail at Plymouth Township Park.

The trail at Plymouth Township Park meanders past a pond.
The paved trail loops around the ball fields at Plymouth Township Park

The I-275 Metro Trail is commonly used for biking.
The sidewalks around Plymouth are often used for jogging.

The historical walking route passes several markers that describe important people and places from Plymouth's past, such as the Alter Motor Company.
The historical walking route passes a brick wall, which is what remains from the Daisy Air Rifle Company factory.

The beautiful Wilcox House is along the historical walking route.
A marker on the old depot recalls President George W. Bush's visit to Plymouth.

Walking on the paved trail in Hines Park.
Tonquish Creek Nature Walk is located between Evergreen and Harvey Streets in Plymouth.


Tonquish Creek Nature Walk becomes dirt near the senior complex.


There are many restaurants and shops in downtown Plymouth.
The clock at the center of downtown Plymouth.

The Box Bar & Grill has excellent burgers.
Plymouth's post office.

Plymouth Community Arts Council.
Solid Rock Bible Church is located near Veteran's Memorial Park.

Plymouth Nursery is a favorite with gardeners during the spring and summer.
Lucas Nursery has a large selection of flowers and plants.

Plymouth's library and city hall are on Main Street.
First Presbyterian Church in downtown.

Compari's on the Park is on Main Street.
The Chamber of Commerce is in downtown on Ann Arbor Trail.

There are several shops and eateries on Forest Street in Plymouth.
More of Main Street in downtown.

Dairy King is a great place to get ice cream in Plymouth.
Doyle's Tavern is behind the post office in downtown.

Lee's is known for their very tasty chicken and coleslaw.
Living Word Church in Plymouth Township.

Downtown Plymouth at sunset.
Our Lady of Good Counsel Catholic Church.

The Old Village section of Plymouth has several shops and restaurants.
Station 885 restaurant in Old Village is located near the railroad tracks.

St. Michael's Melkite Catholic Church is on Mill Street.
First United Methodist Church is on North Territorial Road.

Church of Christ-West is located in the Old Village.
A late fall day in Plymouth.

Plymouth Baptist Church is on Ann Arbor Trail.
Kroger is off of Sheldon Road in Plymouth.

Holiday lights along Main Street in downtown Plymouth.
The historic Baker House is next to the library.

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