When: Fri-Sun, starting at 11:30 AM
Duration: 3 hours
Length: 1.25 miles of easy walking
How Much: $48 per person
What's Included: All food tastings
Where: Town Pier (exact location provided with ticket purchase)
508-927-15 Town Pier, Plymouth, MA
6 Town Wharf
71 Court Street, Plymouth, MA
47 Court Street, Plymouth, MA
31 Main Street, Plymouth, MA
137 Warren Avenue, Plymouth, MA
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