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Historic Educational Plymouth Tours and Educational Programs. Your Journey into History Begins Here! Meet Leo Martin, local historian and tour guide, who will take you back in time as he tells stories of struggles, survival, and faith that set the...more
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We took a fantastic tour of the National Monument of the Forefathers the day before Thanksgiving with Leo. It was fabulous and awe inspiring. For everyone, it was the best part of our whole Plymouth trip.
The museum has great parking behind it and is...More
We visited with 8 adults, two young children and two infants. Cold, sunny December day. Leo and Nancy were nice enough to accommodate us, And Leo took us on a memorable, fun and information-packed tour of Plymouth’s main sites. We could not possibly have had...More
This is a very small museum -3 rooms and an accompanying walking tour. I was initially going to take the walking tour, as it is the highest rated event on trip-advisor. As I was feeling unwell, I opted to simply visit the museum.
The minute you walk into the Jenney Museum, you are greeted by Nancy and Leo who are such genuine, kind people. We stopped in unannounced and Leo agreed to take us on a tour almost immediately with a group of young people from Youth With...More
"Small but beautifully put together" is a good description of the museum .The owner is a fascinating guide to all of Plymouth and its history. The anti-slavery room is especially poignant.
A must-visit in Plymouth.
This place is run by a married couple - Leo and Nancy. What a joy they are to listen to in taking us back to the 1600s - back to when God was the center of their lives. You need to make this stop a...More
outstanding historical walking tour giving interesting insights and information into the founding of the Plymouth settlement. Leo and Nancy are locals for many years. Very friendly, well-organized and enjoyable time!
We were sucked into watching th video by the presenter who did not realise we were just looking. There was some embarrassment as we had not paid. The video lasts 20 minutes and is very informative about the history of the settlement of Pigrim Fthers...More
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I think that your 5 and 7 year old boys would enjoy the walking tour around the historical area and sights, especially the gristmill, but they would be bored in the actual museum itself. The video in the museum might keep... More
I think that your 5 and 7 year old boys would enjoy the walking tour around the historical area and sights, especially the gristmill, but they would be bored in the actual museum itself. The video in the museum might keep there attention for a few minutes, but that would be about it. We have five children, three of whom are boys, so I speak with some level of experience with this!