Plymouth, MI

The city of Plymouth is part of Wayne County in Southeast Michigan. The city was founded in 1825 and according to the 2010 census, it is home to 9,132 people. Plymouth has the largest and oldest ice carving festival in North America and Michigan’s second largest art fair. Other events that the city hosts include the Ghosts of Plymouth Walk, Old Village Restaurant Crawl, and Bumpers, Bikes, and Bands. Some fun places to visit are Kellogg Park, Penn Theatre, and Plymouth Historical Museum.

Sunday, November 17th 2019

All Day
Kona Chocolate Run

Michigan's Largest Chocolate Party!

Downtown Plymouth
Kellogg Park, Plymouth, MI 48170

Friday, November 29th 2019

All Day
Santa's Arrival

Santa's House will be open from about 6:30-8:30 for children to meet Santa. The Historical Museum will also be open that night at the same time with their Special Christmas…

Downtown Plymouth
Downtown Plymouth, Plymouth, MI 48170
All Day
Walk of Trees

Enjoy trees lining the walkways of Kellogg Park decorated by local businesses and organizations in the Plymouth Community. The trees are officially lit the day after Thanksgiving and remain up…

Downtown Plymouth
Kellogg Park, Plymouth, MI 48170