Plymouth's stunning landscape is defined by lush rolling hills.
A growing community on the southeastern tip of Litchfield County, Plymouth is comprised of two villages, Terryville and Pequabuck.
The first major industry in Plymouth was clock making, and even today, light manufacturing still drives the local economy. A small town charm is immediately evident to visitors of Plymouth center, with its historic homes built for the early industrialists. Plymouths Center Historic District is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Numerous activities are offered by the busy Parks and Recreation Department, and various clubs sponsor soccer, little league baseball and more. A vast network of hiking is maintained by the Plymouth Conservatory and Nature Trails. Terryville is home to the country's only lock museum, the Lock Museum of America! It features 8 rooms with a plethora of locks, keys and ornate hardware.
Plymouth is so positioned that it provides easy access to major urban centers such as Waterbury, Bristol, Torrington and Hartford.