Plymouth is a town in Grafton County, New Hampshire, in the White Mountains Region, at the convergence of the Pemigewasset and Baker rivers. It is less than a mile from the from Plymouth State University. Plymouth is home to the renovated 1920s Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center. Tenney Mountain Ski Resort on Tenney Mountain reopened its doors in 2018 and has 45 trails over 110 acres served by a triple chair, a double chair and a Poma lift. Effortless Adventure is an All-Inclusive Rental Camping Gear Outfitter. They also offer guided, self-guided and custom adventures. Powered Parachute Instruction is a flight school offering Powered Parachute flight training. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.The Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center
Flying Monkey Movie House & Performance Center is a vintage movie house from the 1920s in Plymouth, New Hampshire. The former Plymouth Theatre on Main Street in downtown Plymouth became again the heart of the Plymouth's arts and entertainment life. After years of neglect, the defunct and dilapidated Plymouth Theater was taken over by Alex Ray, the founder of The Common Man. He purchased the building and started extensive renovation, ultimately bringing back the theater to its former glory. Today, the old Plymouth Theater is again offering the latest and the best of entertainment to the town’s theatre-loving folks. There is something for everyone, from blues, folk and rock music, films and art exhibits, to community theater children’s programs. The Monkey also offers a full food and beverage menu from The Common Man family of restaurants.
39 Main St, Plymouth, NH 03264, Phone: 603-536-2551
2.Tenney Mountain Ski Resort
Tenney Mountain Ski Resort is a popular ski area on Tenney Mountain near Plymouth, New Hampshire. The resort reopened its doors in 2018 after being closed since 2010. The first ski trails were developed in 1959, and until 1964 there was only one lift. In 1964, the new Stadeli double chair was added, making Tenney Mountain the largest ski area in the region. Named the "Hornet Double," the new lift started operating in 1965, serving five new trails. After changing owners a few times, the resort stayed closed until 2010 when it was bought by Iroquois Capital, together with additional 425 acres of land nearby. Today Tenney Mountain has 45 trails over 110 acres served by a triple chair, a double chair and a Poma lift. The resort’s ski area has a maximum elevation of 2,149 feet, a base elevation of 749 feet and a vertical drop of 1,400 feet.
151 Tenney Mountain Rd, Plymouth, NH 03264
© Effortless Adventure
Effortless Adventure is a Plymouth, New Hampshire's All-Inclusive Rental Camping Gear Outfitter. They provide everything needed for a safe, fun camping trip in the White Mountains. Their experienced team also provides up-to-date information on hiking trails, open campgrounds, activities and more. Whether you have your own gear or not, have or do not have experience, they are there for you. Since they opened in 2019, Effortless Adventure became popular with first time campers, people who do not or cannot keep their own gear because of small apartment and those coming from far away. Today, they not only rent camping gear, but also offer several guided, self-guided and custom adventures.
715 Tenney Mountain Hwy, Plymouth, NH 03264, Phone: 603-726-1702
4.Powered Parachute Instructions
Powered Parachute Instruction, located on Plymouth, New Hampshire’s Plymouth Municipal Airport, is a flight school offering the best in Powered Parachute flight training. The instructions are provided by their FAA-Certified flight instructor Bill Wallace. The flight school’s number one concern is their student’s safety. A powered parachute is considered the safest form of aviation. It combines the “pendulum effect”, low-tech design and slow flight speed offering significant safety advantage over conventional plane. The sport is popular with beginner pilots, experienced airline pilots and adventure-junkies world over. At Powered Parachute Instruction, student get to learn the thrill of flying with their Discovery Flight. In this introductory flight, the flight instructor introduces students to the systems that make it simple to fly a powered parachute. PPI also offers “adventure” flights.
111 Quincy Rd, Plymouth, NH 03264, Phone: 603-494-1607
5.Biederman's Pub and Deli
© Biederman's Pub and Deli
Biederman’s Deli Is a lively, friendly pub and grocery store in Plymouth, New Hampshire that opened in 1973 under the name The Cellar Pub. They started with two draft beers and seven kinds of sandwiches, plus Tony’s Frozen Pizza. “The Pub” became a favorite watering hole for the neighborhood and college students. It was the favorite spot to watch their favorite team on the 19-inch TV, play foosball or listen to the songs from the jukebox. After changing the owners and surviving the devastating fire, Biederman’s Pub and Deli reopened with the same spirit and even the same moose head on the wall. They offer a large selection of beers on tap, nice wine selection and gourmet sandwiches.
83 Main St, Plymouth, NH 03264, Phone: 603-536-3354
George’s Seafood and Bar-B-Que restaurant is a popular family restaurant in Plymouth, New Hampshire, in the foothills of the White Mountains. It was originally established under the name Seafood Center. While the restaurant changed several owners since then, it became famous for the wide selection of fresh seafood, slow smoked barbecue ribs and other barbecued dishes. When Dave and Pam Castelot bought the restaurant in 2004, they continued providing fresh seafood, high quality steaks hand cut to order, hand-made burgers, slow smoked ribs and more. The place is unpretentious and homey, looking like a local clam shack, but the food is world-class and that is what matters to their clients.
588 Tenney Mountain Hwy, Plymouth, NH 03264, Phone: 603-536-6330
7.The Common Man Inn & Spa
© The Common Man Inn & Spa
The Common Man Inn and Spa is an upscale, rustic inn located in a former wood mill in Plymouth, New Hampshire, less than a mile from Plymouth State University. The inn has 38 cozy rooms individually decorated in the Adirondack style. All have free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. Some rooms and suites also have stone fireplaces and whirlpool tubs. The large loft rooms have minibars. There is a private cabin with a full kitchen, dining room and living room with fireplace. The guests enjoy complimentary continental breakfast. They can relax by the fireplace in the Foster’s Boiler Room Lounge, watch their favorite team on the large-screen projection TV in the bar, or have a meal in the sunken wine room. The Inn also has a spa with treatment rooms, a hot tub, a fitness center, sauna and an indoor heated pool.
231 Main St, Plymouth, NH 03264, Phone: 603-536-2200
8.Cafe Monte Alto
© Cafe Monte Alto
Located in Chase St Market, in Plymouth, New Hampshire, Café Monte Alto is a small, charming café beautifully decorated with the artwork by local artists. It is a cozy, pleasant spot to meet a friend for a delicious cup of coffee or tea or rest with your favorite caffeinated beverage before going back to shopping. Cafe Monte Alto was established in 1997 by Eddie and Micky Giunta after they started importing premium green coffee beans from their family-owned farms in Puerto Rico and Peru. Their beans are all Arabica family, hand- picked, processed and dried over a long time. All their coffee is 100 percent Arabica, 100 percent shade-grown and 100 percent fair trade.
83 Main St, Plymouth, NH 03264, Phone: 603-238-9218
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