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Plymouth is a small town with a variety of shops and restaurants surrounding Kellogg Park, the center of the town. Located a little over 15 miles away from Ann Arbor and 26 miles west of Detroit, Plymouth is also host to community events such as the Fall Festival, the Ice Sculpture Spectacular and Art in the Park. This little city boasts an impressive snow fall, lovely homes dotting the area amongst trees and snow, and a rich history that visitors and residents alike can enjoy.
The first settlers to come to what is now Plymouth were Keziah (Benjamin) and William Starkweather, farmers from Preston, Conneticut. They purchased 240 acres of land from the United States government. This decision would lead to William’s second-born son, George Anson Starkweather, to be born within the boundaries of what would become Plymouth. Officially, the city of Plymouth was recorded to be settled by Luther Lincoln on April 2nd, 1825, though William’s Starkweather’s claim would prove to be the first proverbial flag for Plymouth. The various expansion and purchases of land would lead on to the development of the railroads leading north, where Plymouth would receive a north-south rail line built by the Holly, Wayne and Monroe Railway. No matter where one looks throughout the history of Plymouth, the name Starkweather makes quite a few many appearances throughout its history. The lineage of his family spread down throughout the years combined with the efforts of Luther Lincoln would help form the Plymouth known and loved today.
Plymouth is, as stated before, a little over 26 miles west of Detroit and 15 some miles from Ann Harbor, located in the Wayne County in the state of Michigan. Plymouth is rich with historical locations and set in an area that gets snow frequently, making it the ideal location for the ice sculpture festival it is famous for.
The climate is more arctic in nature, fairing to the far north of the United States. Plymouth gets regular snow, enough that the Plymouth Ice Spectacular is the largest and oldest ice carving festival in North America. Temperatures are typically on the cooler side, as can be expected, and snow fall and rain are regular.
Plymouth might seem like a frigid place, but it has shopping of deluxe European chocolates, vintage furniture and fine apparel for perusing. With over 900,000 people coming each year for the Ice Spectacular, you can bet that Plymouth hosts some fantastic shops
Alpine Chocolat Haus – 322 South Main St - (734) 389-7570
Boule Artisan Bakery – 880 W Ann Arbor Trl -(734) 354-6980
Genuine Toy Co . - 550 Forest Avenue – (734) 414-9500
Haven – 863 Penniman– (734) 454-6562
For residents or visitors alike, Plymouth hosts some impressive restaurants. Whether you are looking for an American grill to tantalize the taste buds or some authentic New York style pizza, Plymouth has something for everyone. If you can’t find something to sate your hunger on Main Street, you can surely find it elsewhere in this delectable little city
336 Main – 336 South Main – (734) 454-6500
Compari’s On The Park – 350 South Main - (734) 416-0100
Fiamma Grille – 380 South Main – (734) 416-9340
Nico & Vali – 744 Wing – (734) 207-7880
Whether you are looking for some premium microbrews, a restaurant that sells killer martinis or a dance club, Plymouth is no slacker. Amongst the gorgeous lights falling on the snow, night owls are sure to find something to keep them entertained
Liberty Street Brewing Co – 149 W Liberty St – (734) 207-9600
La Casa De La Habana – 14 Forest Pl – (734) 207-9725
Plymouth Roc – 1020 W Ann Arbor Rd – (734) 459-4190
Plymouth Pub – 1507 Ann Arbor Rd W – (734) 453-5340
The Post Local Bistro – 844 Penniman Ave – (313) 319-7070
Whether it is kindergarten, elementary, high school or middle school, Plymouth is not in short supply. The Plymouth-Canton Community School District consists of: three high schools, five middle schools and sixteen elementary schools. The district also has the only educational park in Michigan, the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, as well as other notable schools
Starkweather Academy – 39750 Joy Rd – (734) 416-4901
New Morning School – 14501 Haggerty Rd – (734) 420-3331
Our Lady of Good Counsel – 1151 Willaim Street – (734) 453-3053
Isbister Elementary School – 9300 N Canton Center Rd – (743) 416-6050
Plymouth is not just home to rich history. It is home to a historic Old Village that is dotted with charming old buildings, aged beautifully by many decades of care. Almost a million visitors come each year to see events such as the Fall Festival, the Ice Spectacular, Plymouth’s “Art in the Park”, the “Music in the Air”and many others. Whether it is coming to see an event or to see the sights such as the NHL sized hockey arena, Kellogg park or Main Street and all of its attractions, Plymouth has plenty to see and plenty to do for both residents and visitors
Kellogg Park – 298 S Main St Plymouth, MI 48170
Plymouth Historical Museum – 155 S Main St – (734) 455-8940
Earth Lore – 895 Wing Street – (734) 354-1877
Spa Agio – 444 South Main Street – (734) 207-5200
If you want to experience a true winter wonderland, Plymouth is the place to be. It’s Ice Spectacular, historical landmarks and small town charm make it a real gem in Michigan state. With Kellogg Park in its center, Plymouth’s “Art in the Park” is Michigan’s second largest art fair and draws in people in the hundreds of thousands. It is not all about the snow, of course. May hosts Plymouth’s Green Street Fair, which features green-themed exhibitors and activities. It might be a small city, but it certainly isn’t a quiet one, and with the lovely, European inspired homes that dot the areas of downtown or the historic Old Village, it is worth both sight-seeing and settling down in. Whether you come for the fab food, the unique little shops or to soak in the history of this fantastic area, Plymouth is a city that treats resident and visitor alike like gold. Come for the snow, stay for the show!
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