It's hard to decide what to do on the weekends, and for that very reason, we have introduced our WeekTrend section. Here we will publish our recommendation on events, activities, food and other experiences that are can't miss opportunities. Instead of trying to figure out what to do each week, make it a point to check the "WeekTrend" activities.
- This weekend would be the time to get together with the family and enjoy the city of Plymouth!
Mural Scavenger Hunt
For everyone from ages 1 to 100! Grab a Mural Map that shows where the 25 murals are located throughout downtown Plymouth. Let the kids hold the map and search the murals out. While you are in downtown Plymouth, stop in at the Plymouth Historical Society Museum (FREE!) and check out their newly finished lower lever, depicting the Streets of Plymouth, as they used to be. The kids will love to see the old toys!
Tom & Jerry’s Mini Golf
Play one of the 18 holes of mini golf at Tom & Jerry’s Mini Golf (there are TWO courses!) and challenge your family members at the batting cages. At the concession stand, make sure to order one of Tom & Jerry’s famous granitas to quench your thirst! Feeling warm? Head across the street to the Plymouth Aquatic Center to take a dip! Kids, and grownups, will love the waterslide!
Antoinette’s Casual Dining
Head over to Antoinette’s Casual Dining and share one of their many specialty pizzas. When you are leaving-stop by our local celebrity cow statue, Antoinette, and take a selfie, located next door at Utility Park.
- Looking for the perfect date night? Here are some ideas on what to do this weekend.
Make a reservation at PJ Campbell’s at the Depot, which serves authentic German dishes with an American twist. Take in the framed historic Plymouth and surrounding area photographs on the walls. Relax in their beer garden and enjoy a giant pretzel.
Plymouth Brewing Company
Grab a pint of beer at Plymouth Brewing Company’s tasting room. Beers are brewed across the street at the newly expanded brew house, with large windows for you to check out where and how your great drink was created!
DeO’Malley Pizza Pub
End the evening listening to live music and enjoy the beautiful summer night at DeO’Malley Pizza Pub’s outdoor back patio, where live music is performed every Friday and Saturday night during summer.
- Here are some great ideas to try some new things this weekend
Plymouth Arts Center
Check out the Plymouth Arts Center’s current exhibit, “Alive in the Arts”, the 22nd Annual Juried Art Exhibition. This show represents Wisconsin Fine Artists, and is on display through August 4th. After viewing the artwork, work your way through the rest of downtown Plymouth, enjoying the great collection of shopping options, featuring antique, boutiques and more!
Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive
Roll down the windows and take a drive on the Kettle Moraine Scenic Drive on your way to Parnell Tower. Plan to hike the Parnell Tower 3.5 mile loop, or just climb the 60-foot observation tower that rises above the treetops for a birds-eye view of the glacial landscape.
The Hub Studio Café & Seranya Studios
Grab lunch and a delicious coffee or smoothie at The Hub Studio Café, a creative and comfortable coffee house. Browse the locally made artwork for sale at the connected Seranya Studios-maybe you can find the perfect piece you’ve been looking for!