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Just south of Boston, sitting on the coast is Plymouth, Massachusetts. The town is where the first Pilgrim settlement was founded, and the area is rich with American historical significance. The Plymouth Rock, in the Pilgrim Memorial State Park, is the site where it is thought the first settlers landed. Typically seen anchored in the park is the Mayflower II, which is a full-scale replica of its namesake. Other attractions include the Plimoth Plantation, Edaville Family Theme Park and the Pilgrim Hall Museum. Plymouth is located in Plymouth County, Massachusetts. There are roughly 56,885 residents, living in 21,389 households. The average temperature for Plymouth this time of the year is low of 62F and high of 80F. On average, Plymouth gets about 3.28 inches of precipitation in July. Most residents are home owners (78%), have a post secondary degree (57%) and are single, no kids (37%).