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Plimoth Plantation

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Plimoth Plantation, Plimoth Grist, Mayflower II Admission
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Plimoth Plantation, Plimoth Grist, Mayflower II Admission
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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...more
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137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, MA 02360-2436
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Reviewed yesterday

This was an interesting way to spend an afternoon. The Native American part was interesting; but, Ireally enjoyed the fort and the village. In the top of the fort there were cannons. You could see the whole village from there. As you explore the village,...More

Thank Sanndy100
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We had heard so much about this open air museum so once we visited it we felt a bit disappointed. The native Indian part was most disappointing. There was basically nothing there. The 2 huts were deserted with nothing inside or nobody to talk to....More

Thank Dr_Iris_B
Reviewed 3 days ago

Our family of four (including a 11- and 17-year old) visited Plimouth Plantation based on many good Tripadvisor reviews and the material on the Plimouth Plantation website. The Plantation was interesting, but not up to our expectations. Perhaps it was just the day we attended,...More

Thank mmoakas
Reviewed 3 days ago

We enjoyed our trip to the plantation. What a great job was done in recreating the village. Amazing how the pilgrims lived so primitively. And we learned so much about the native Indians that were there at the time as well.

Thank Darleen B
Reviewed 4 days ago

I don't get tired of coming here. I came here on field trips in the early 80's as a young child and have brought my own kids here through the years. Was here just recently with my husband who has never been. This is a...More

Thank Fellowsx3
Reviewed 4 days ago

It has been 5 years since we last visited. The story of the tremendous voyages undertaken by the pilgrims never fails to inspire and absorb. The plantation is well thought out and improvements are being made all the time. The cast members that re-inact the...More

Thank Gillyliz
Reviewed 5 days ago

My granddaughters loved Plimoth Plantation. Lots of history and things to explore It was really hot the day we were there, but we still enjoyed seeing all of the things Plimoth has to offer .

Thank Jojo46747
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We thoroughly enjoyed visiting all parts of this wonderful museum. Talking with native americans was fascinating both in the recreated camp and in the craft section where we talked with the creator of stunning head-dresses. This contrasted with the recreated settler village where history came...More

Thank offleygrove
Reviewed 5 days ago

Living history museum. Pilgrims village was great, Lots of houses to look at and go inside. The Indian part was sparse. Lots of walking and hills. wear comfortable shoes.

Thank TonyTTA
Reviewed 6 days ago

We were there last month with 18 family members. The Native American village part was really great. Lots to see and the staff were quite informative. However, when we got to the main village where the staff are in character. It was a bit disappointing...More

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PatriciaS2299
September 22, 2018|
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Response from Gillyliz | Reviewed this property |
Hi a clear map of the property is provided for you at the ticket desk. The staff are willing to answer any questions you have. The internet can tell you the background history before you visit.
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Shamra E
May 4, 2018|
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Response from Rob K | Property representative |
Thank you for all for offering the helpful information to this customer. Children four years and younger receive complimentary admission at Plimoth Plantation. There are always interesting activities, that change daily, for... More
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jasmom2016
March 25, 2018|
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Hello, As part of the immersion experience at Plimoth Plantation, there are games and daily activities that children may explore. They will also be excited to see the new baby lambs and other rare breed animals that are... More
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