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Plimoth Plantation

137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, MA 02360
+1 508-746-1622
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US$28.00*
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Admission to Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II and Plimoth Grist Mill
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US$52.00*
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Plymouth Plantation Living Museum Day Trip from Boston
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US$625.20*
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Private Day Trip From Boston to Plimoth Plantation
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Plimoth Plantation, less than an hour south of Boston and 15 minutes from Cape Cod, is a living museum dedicated to telling the history of Plymouth Colony from the perspective of both the Pilgrims and the Native Wampanoag people. The museum, a Smithsonian Affiliate, features the 17th-Century English Village, Wampanoag Homesite, Craft Center, Plimoth Grist Mill and new waterfront exhibit "Should I Stay Or Should I Go?" Enjoy independent films at Plimoth Cinema and local produce & goods at the weekly Plymouth Farmers' Market. Please note that Mayflower II, our iconic full-scale reproduction of the original ship that sailed to Plymouth in 1620, is currently undergoing restoration. She will return to Plymouth Harbor in 2019. Visit our website for more on this exciting project!
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  • Average10%
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137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, MA 02360
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Reviewed 2 days ago

For $26 per senior was a bit disappointed in this venue. There were virtually no animals in Nye Barn (3 sheep and 2 alpacas) that was supposed to house the types of animals brought over by the Pilgrims! What's with the alpacas??? The Olde English...More

Thank jaybeeFL
Reviewed 2 days ago

First, the Pilgrim Village is ho-hum. Paths were hard to walk, slippery & muddy with the tiniest amount of mist or rain. It gets old quickly. When we were there, only 3 houses had people in them and most were too crowded to get into....More

Thank toscwolfstar
Reviewed 4 days ago

Plimoth Plantation is a living history museum. There are several sections to visit. In the Visitor Center, we watched a 15 minute video explaining what is there and how it came to be. At the Wampanoag Homesite, Native Americans explained about the boat building, among...More

Thank jastine
Reviewed 4 days ago

This is living history at it's best. Leaving the visitor's centre you have a gentle stroll down through the woods to the Wampanoag Homesite. Here you can see traditional cooking methods and the summer and winter homes that would have been used. Questions are welcomed...More

Thank phil52_10
Reviewed 5 days ago

It seemed strange at first - talking with people who were characters from the 17th Century. But we soon got used to it and were amazed at how much we learned from them. In particular the young women preparing a meal in the village of...More

1  Thank GreyPoundLondon
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Plymouth Plantation looked like they were ready to shut down for the season; everything was very messy the there were very few people working there -certainly not a village of pilgrims I think there were a total of four pilgrims in the whole village...More

Thank Shelly196444444
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a great place for anyone and everyone to visit. There is something here for everyone, with accurate replicas of the pilgims' homes and workshops, trails, surrounds, etc. There is a gift shop and library to research and ctach up on some history. Allow...More

Thank JAMESknoxville
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was a family trip, we wanted to try something different. The park itself is great, nice main building with food options and a huge gift shop. Then you walk into the park, first a small area dedicated to the Indians. And then you walk...More

Thank Bill S
Reviewed 1 week ago

See, touch and experience life of the 17th century pilgrims. Many 1st person impressions plus guides to help interpret and answer questions. Furnished 17th century houses with decor accessible to ticket holders. Two awesome gift shops, several talented artisans demonstrating their crafts. Expect to spend...More

Thank Rita K
Reviewed 1 week ago

We went here on Sunday 2nd October and it is really worth a visit. The information and interactive exhibits are really good. The way the people in the village stay in character of the early settlers is brilliant and you definitely get a feel for...More

Thank Marilyn B
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Linda B
5 October 2017|
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Response from dragones44 | Reviewed this property |
We paid $28 to visit 3 areas. The Mayflower II is out of commission during refurbishing until 2019. We toured all sites on our own and not part of a tour
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Angela-1151
11 August 2017|
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Response from Robert M | Reviewed this property |
If you want to buzz through and just see everything maybe an hour to an hour and a half. If you want to immerse yourself in the time period of the village, talk and observe the craftsmen and interact with the native... More
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annebtn
17 July 2017|
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Response from Lizard72magic | Reviewed this property |
They offer discounts for combining tours if you have AAA. I would just my tickets when you get there.
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