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Plimoth Grist Mill is a restored and fully functioning grist mill located on Town Brook in Plymouth, Massachusetts, only a few minutes away from Mayflower II and the waterfront. The mill is a reproduction of the 1636 mill built by the Pilgrims in...more
Hours Today: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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6 Spring Ln, Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth, MA 02360-3400
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It was an ok visit to an actual working mill. The site is actually small and the workers at the mill do an ok job of explaining he work which happens there. I am not sure if it was the time we got there(later in...More
Nice to experience something still in use rather than a replica.
The tour is split into two sections - the demonstration of the wheel itself and how the corn is actually ground then a visit downstairs to the sifting area which completes the story.
Do not miss this -- it's only about $6 for a single ticket, or $3 more if you add it onto a "combination" ticket to Plimoth Plantation. And it's worth much more than that ticket price. This is an impeccable reproduction, on the original site...More
We were expecting to see the water wheel going but we weren't expecting to see the restaurant, the ice cream shop, gift shop or the pretty wooden foot bridge beyond the parking lot, that went across Old Jenny Pond. huge parking area beside a lovely...More
We enjoyed the quick stop but be advised that they don't run the mill every day. It's fun for those who just like history and also for those who are into engineering and how things work because you can see pretty much every aspect of...More
Visited here and learned about different kinds of corn, and it’s uses. Also learned how the mill operated. The Millers were very friendly and attentive. They made sure we understood the process and kept asking if we had any questions. Purchased a couple items in...More