Welcome to the Back Roads of the South Shore

Travel the Back Roads and Countrysides of the South Shore and Discover our hidden treasures.

Step back in time to where it all began with the Pilgrims in Plymouth and Governor Bradford.

Walk in the footsteps of the John & Priscilla's Alden, King Caesar and Daniel Webster.

Visit the homes of Sea Captains and walk the halls of a 14 room Tavern from the 1600's.

Come away from the hustle and bustle of the cities and follow the intriguing path of early New England settlers along the South Shore of Massachusetts. Back Roads of the South Shore offers historic, hidden treasures in a relaxed and scenic atmosphere.

Route 3A traces the old "Mattachusetts Payth" between Boston and Plymouth, possibly the oldest public highway in the state. Meandering along the trail of Native American feet, Pilgrim carts, and the stagecoaches of the early Republic, this "Old Coast Road" gives you a chance to touch the homes of history.