The town of Plymouth is located in the central part of Connecticut, in Litchfield County. It got its name after Plymouth, Massachusetts. Created initially as a burying ground for Waterbury, Plymouth became a widely known center of clock manufacturing during the 19th century. The prominent town’s residents Eli Terry, Seth Thomas, and Silas Hoadley and the Eagle Lock Company have made the town one of the biggest centers of clock manufacturing in the world.
Nowadays, Plymouth is a small town with charming rural landscapes, perfect for families with children.