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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 AM - 5:00 PM
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6 Spring Ln, Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth, MA 02360-3400
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30 kids and adults from southern California on a history field trip. Very interesting alot of great information at the water wheel, in the grinding room and down below in the gear room. Learned some math and gear ratios.
Completed in 1970, this is an amazing recreation of a 1630's grist mill on its original site. Associated with the Plimoth Plantation, admission was included with our Plantation pass. Incredibly educated and informative staff/tour guides. wonderful setting inside and out. Great souvenir shop and wonderful...More
We spent a couple hours at the Grist Mill and there were three employees and three of us early in the morning. We felt extremely welcomed and engaged in great conversations. Great place with great employees.
We enjoyed visting as part of our Plimoth package. The grist was in operation during our visit on a rainy Saturday. The operator taught us about the function and we enjoyed learning about the history and current operations of the grist. When you leave the...More
The traditional Columbus holiday weekend marks the unofficial end of the tourist season on Cape Cod. In Plymouth it signals the start of repair season. Multiple dig sites and detours through the community. Lots to do before winter. Anywhere after 10 minutes we found a...More
Enjoyed our short visit here. The young man explained the history of the mill and how it all worked. He was very pleasant. The lady working with the wheat was very nice too. She stopped and explained what she was doing and chatted to us...More