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Beautiful museum

The interior features gorgeous crown moldings in various woods, rich reproduction wall coverings... read more

Reviewed June 26, 2018
Louise W
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East Haddam, Connecticut
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Mayflower Society and 12th generation Brewster relatives $5.00

Lovely docent tour for just $5 for AAA members and/or seniors. Otherwise just $7. About 45 minutes... read more

Reviewed October 17, 2017
Jo A
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Somerset, Massachusetts
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This museum is the headquarters for the General Society of Mayflower Descendants.
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4 Winslow St, Plymouth, MA 02360-3313
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Reviewed June 26, 2018 via mobile

The interior features gorgeous crown moldings in various woods, rich reproduction wall coverings and period furnishings (not original to the home, but authentic to the period). The tour was a great value and the guides pleasant. The gardens are just beautiful.

Thank Louise W
Reviewed October 17, 2017

Lovely docent tour for just $5 for AAA members and/or seniors. Otherwise just $7. About 45 minutes to learn the house history of this beautiful home. While there we met 12th generations of the Brewster heritage quite by accident who only learned of their heritage...More

Thank Jo A
Reviewed October 15, 2017

We arrived too early to tour the House, but our real purpose was genealogical research. The staff in the Library were able to quickly provide the documentation we were seeking. Thank you.

Thank Alex G
Reviewed September 24, 2017

Admission is by tour only and tours are given on the hour with payment by cash only, free for Mayflower Society members. This is now the home of the Mayflower Society but was once a grand private residence from the Victorian era. The tour lasts...More

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Reviewed September 23, 2017

Need to announce your presence and then someone will come to door. Wanted to peek into gift shop and was told left side is for Mayflower Society members. My dad always said it's not what you say, but how you said it. Felt a foot...More

1  Thank Lisa S
Reviewed September 21, 2017

Enjoyed this house very much and everyone on staff was smiling and helpful. They went out their way to make you feel welcome. Never been in a house quite like this - upstairs is COOL.

Thank Pat S
Reviewed September 8, 2017

Wheelchair accessible and great museum. The old things on display were very interesting. The lighting was very good in order to view everything. We didn't feel rushed.

Thank Barbara D
Reviewed August 16, 2017

We stumbled across this house with a rich history. The docents were friendly and enjoyed sharing about the house and the town. The regular tour is 45 minutes including the gardens in the back. The house was built in the 1700s by a Mayflower descendant,...More

Thank Blarneyfree
Reviewed August 2, 2017

We drove around looking for the house, but it was not easily accessible nor did not appear to be open. I was a bit disappointed.

Thank leannefarman
Reviewed June 22, 2017

My husband was doing family research in the Mayflower libary so I took the opportunity to tour the house. Wonderful guide who gave lots of interesting details as we went through the rooms.

Thank Jennifer R
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