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Plymouth Characters Cemetery Walk at Riverside Cemetery

Space is limited to 20, We are attending the 6pm tour. You must first call and reserve your spot, then purchase the tickets at the number below or use pay pal. Once the tickets are gone, they are gone. The walk begins at musoleum inside Riverside Cemetery. Meet and greet some of the characters from Plymouth's past at Riverside Cemetery during the Plymouth Historical Museum's "Plymouth Characters" Cemetery Walk. Hear the tales of Plymouth's ghosts, such as Civil War soldiers Oscar Baker and Nelson Pooler, Plymouth's hardware store owner Michael Conner, and "Turkey Queen" Zaida Gottschalk. Our Walk begins at 6 p.m. from the Mausoleum inside Riverside Cemetery. Parking is available inside the cemetery. Refreshments, provided by the sponsor Courthouse Grille of Plymouth, will be available at the cemetery following the walk. The walk lasts 60-90 minutes and involves some walking over uneven ground so please wear sturdy walking shoes. Bring flashlights for later tour times. Call[masked] for more information and to purchase tickets for the 6pm walk. Tickets are $10 per person.

Tickets can be purchased below using Paypal or at the Museum during open hours. The Plymouth Historical Museum is located at 155 S. Main Street, one block north of downtown Plymouth. Tickets are $15 at the cemetery and will not be sold from the Web the day of the cemetery walk. This is happening rain or shine! Reemember, there are only 20 tickets available for the 6pm walk.

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  • Donna

    They did a great job portraying people who moved and lived in that area. Learned many people came to settle the area from England and NY. Was taught that there were 3 air gun factories (bb guns) in downtown Plymouth at one time (home of Daisy). Also learned that Plymouth was one of the few cities with train tracks running north-south and east-west, tremendously helping the city.

    October 29, 2012

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