Plymouth Vermont is a town in Windsor County, located in the Woodstock-Quechee region of the state, just off scenic Route 100 which spans the entire length of the State of Vermont.
The 30th President of the United States, Calvin Coolidge, was born and buried in Plymouth, Vermont. The Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, located in the village of Plymouth Notch, is considered one of the best preserved Presidential sites in the nation. The State of Vermont, Division for Historic Preservation owns and maintains the Coolidge Homestead and the village of Plymouth Notch.
The 2019 annual “Shakespeare Alive! A Bard-Based Variety Show” returns for an all-new, never-before-seen collection of scenes, skits, soliloquies and songs! Stand Up Shakespeare is a collective of New York City-based actors who have become a veritable Vermont institution performing for the 19th year. The beloved troupe travels to Plymouth each Labor Day weekend to present a new one-hour show made up of romance, tragedy, history and comedy, all based in the works of William Shakespeare. And, lo, verily, the show is always FREE!
Stars from Vermont and internationally known musicians team up for a lively two-day festival of folk and blues music performed in the pure country air of historic Plymouth Notch, birthplace of the 30th U.S. President. The festival will be held rain or shine. Rain venue is the stunning historic 1840 Union Christian Church right in Plymouth Notch. The event also features children’s entertainment such as wagon rides on Saturday and face painting on both days.