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Home to Plymouth’s annual Blueberry Fest, Centennial Park is a municipal park where Plymouth residents and visitors alike can take a break from the city and wander amongst trails and streams. The park features a large pavilion for gatherings, a children’s playground, and public restrooms
Chief Menominee was a tribal leader for the Potawatomi Tribe who had a village on reservation lands in Marshall County, Indiana, about five miles southwest of Plymouth. He refused to participate in further land cession negotiations, and subsequently, he and his tribe were forced off their lands. This memorial is dedicated to Chief Menominee and the 859 Potawatomi who were forced off the lands and marched in the Potawatomi Trail of Death to Osawatomi, Kansas, nearly 660 miles away.
Located in downtown Plymouth, near the Yellow River, the Marshall County Historical Museum is a collection of artifacts, photographs, and interactive exhibits celebrating the lives and cultures of Marshall County, Indiana. Here visitors can see model train exhibits, sports memorabilia, early advertising, and more across the 3 store fronts and 2 stories.