Rating 4.43 out of 5 42 reviews
Home prices are astronomical but the area is very hip and a great place to raise kids! My favorite gem of Plymouth is the Plymouth Library, its a great study spot as well as a great place to find any sort of information.
Plymouth is an amazing place to be in. Frankly, its one of the best places I ever lived. The people are friendly and they are easy to connect with. All the local stores are easy to commute to and are good establishments.
Plymouth is a very family friendly area but also can be very expensive. The environment is safe but it is predominately white.
Very charming downtown area. Lots to do in the summer and fall with the farmers market open and many art fairs to attend. Walkable, with lots of cute shops.
Great neighbors and a gorgeous downtown. There is lots to do in the summer with the art festival, there is the fall festival in the fall, and in the winter there is the ice festival. Over the summer there are also weekly concerts in the park!
Growing up in Plymouth feels like growing up in a small town. Everyone is super close and is kind to their neighbors. It’s the type of place where you could go next door to ask for sugar or sit on your porch and have random conversations with by passers. The small town offers everything such as an amazing library, family owned restaurants and bars, and also a kid friendly park. Growing up I remember riding my bike with friends by the fountain and grabbing ice cream with my parents. Plymouth is a great place to live for any family as it offers things for all age groups, sometimes they host fairs for little kids or art fairs for the local artists. Every holiday they also have gatherings in the park where you can visit Santa or go Easter egg hunting. The only thing I would change about Plymouth is I would like to see more parking available by building a parking garage or an extra parking lot.
Plymouth is a wonderful place to live with a great cozy downtown offering events all year round not to mention the charming shops, many restaurants, summer concerts, ice sculpturing in winter, art fair, 5 k runs.... library, arts and crafts and so much fun. Great place to live for all ages. This area is all about family. I love it!!!!!!!
Plymouth is one of the most beautiful, family-friendly suburbs of the metro Detroit area. It is the quintessential small town with a vibrant downtown area with a variety of activities do to throughout the year. There's something there for everyone, kids and older folks alike. The downtown area also has a lot of coveted restaurants and pubs and other miscellaneous shops. Its very pet friendly, I love seeing people walk about with their dogs. All in all, you can't go wrong with Plymouth. They have a spectacular downtown, beautiful little residential areas and wonderful school system. If anyone is looking to relocate or even just visit, I would highly recommend this place. You too will fall in love with it.
Plymouth is a great city. It has a wide variety of amenities and a concentrated downtown area where restaurants, stores, businesses, and cultural activities are all located a short walk from one another. I have grown up in this fine city where all of the levels of schooling have cultivated a safe and challenging atmosphere that has helped me grow as a learner. My childhood was filled with walks to numerous nearby parks and Sunday brunches at quaint little restaurants all located in the city of Plymouth. However, as picturesque as the architecture and happy families and clean environment are, Plymouth is very homogenous. The city could definitely afford to promote more diversity in its residents and visitors.
Plymouth is a very great city to live in. My family and I have been living here for 15 years now and I don't have a complaint. I always feel safe, everyone is extremely friendly, and you get a small-town feel while being only a half-hour away from Detroit or Lansing.
Phenomenal town! I never went to their public schools, but my town was a short 10 minute commute away. The bar scene is always popping on the weekends and during the weekdays, you'll see a lot of families walking around. As long as the weather permits lol... Anyways, it's a pretty pricy place, but it's also in a really great environment so the real estate market is thriving there. Traffic depends on the time of the day, in the morning it can be rough, but it usually clears up by the afternoon. Very safe town as well!
I like Plymouth because they have really good schools here. It's pretty expensive to live here but it's worth it.
The small downtown area is the perfect place to shop, eat, or just walk around! From local shops to an historic movie theater selling ticket for only $3 there is something for everyone in this quaint village. There are festivals year round that feature local artists and carnival like rides in the streets of downtown. Trees lit up using fairy lights make it beautiful year round!
Safe town that has a lot of charm that help create a comforting atmosphere wherever you are. The downtown is a trip to go down especially during holidays when the city decorates.
It's a very nice, comfortable city. I've been living here ever since I was 2. My favorite part about Plymouth is the cozy, small-shop downtown. I'm within walking distance, so I try to go there as often as I can. I especially love buying gifts for my friends and family there, as there's something for everyone in Downtown Plymouth.
I have lived in Plymouth for the better part of 20 years. I have watched many changes, and growth come to the community. Plymouth is a safe place, with ample ammenities, and the coziest little town. Kellog Park in the center of town offers many attractions to residents such as Art in the Park, Ice Fest, music on Thursdays, trick or treating for kids, and Santa for kids just to name a few. The always seasonly decorated park is surrounded by many shops, boutiques, and restaurants that fill at night and on the weekends. While the nightlife options are rather limited, you are close enough to the freeways to head out to enjoy cities like Detroit, Ann Arbor, Novi, Royal Oak and Ferndale. I find that to be one of the biggest perks myself. If you were looking for a new community, I would absolutely recommend Plymouth, Michigan!
Plymouth is a small town/suburb. The main downtown is very pretty, lively, and generally fun to visit. The rest of the city is just suburb, the houses are small but nice, but besides the downtown you have to drive a ways away to do anything fun like see a movie, shop, or eat out.