Nice place to get out of the Metro Detroit urban sprawl. Classic Main Street small town with park.
- 1 Plymouth Historical Museum, 155 S Main St. Local history museum. Includes a size 37 shoe, custom-made for the world's tallest man, Robert Wadlow, by a store in town, now enshrined in a basement display. "We exhibit the shoe because one of the old shoe stores in Plymouth - Wiloughby's - offered to custom make a pair of shoes for him. I understand that he would come visit your community if someone would do that for him. He came here in the 1930s to get his pair of shoes."
- Plymouth Coffee Bean. Michigan's longest running independent coffee shop. Voted Detroit's Best Coffee House by the Detroit Free Press, Hour Magazine and AOL. Provides innovative caffeinated concoctions, sweet treats, crepes made to order, and healthy snacks/ Focus is Coffee, Music, Art and Poetry.
A number of individual shops selling various gift type items in the streets around the Kellogg Park area.
A good selection of places to eat around Main street, Penniman Ave. and Forest Ave.
- Compari's On the Park, 350 S Main St, ☏ . Downtown, facing Kellogg Park. Italian and American fare with a touch of class.
- The Sardine Room, 340 S Main St, ☏ . Good beer selection and excellent fish dishes.
- Box Bar, 777 W Ann Arbor Trail, ☏ . Facing the park downtown, has a large selection of beers, working-class sport tavern atmosphere, and surly waitstaff.
|Routes through Plymouth|
|Lansing ← Farmington Hills ← Livonia ←||W E||→ Livonia → Redford → Detroit|
|Farmington Hills ← Livonia ←||N S||→ Canton → Romulus|
|Ends at ← Ann Arbor ←||W E||→ END|