Halfway between Boston and Plymouth, Massachusetts, situated on Massachusetts Bay, Life Care Center of the South Shore has plenty of activities for visitors. For a day trip, we suggest:
- The Gerry E. Studds Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary is an area of water off the shore of Massachusetts Bay where visitors can look for whales, sharks, seals, sea turtles and many other kinds of marine life, as well as go scuba diving.
- Plymouth County Development Council, Convention and Visitors Bureau provides information about Plymouth, Massachusetts, the Cape Cod region and cranberry region of the state. The site includes information on things to do, dining, shopping and accommodations.
- One of the first lighthouses in the United States, the Scituate Lighthouse has a history filled with war stories, shipwrecks and strength that visitors can enjoy year round.
- The Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau provides links to attractions, events, hotels and restaurants in and around the city.
- The Stockbridge Grist Mill, opened in 1620, was one of the first mills in the area. Visitors can get a glimpse of how food was made, see artifacts from the first years of the mill’s opening and walk through the park next to the mill.