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Plimoth Plantation

137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, MA 02360
+1 508-746-1622
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US$28.00*
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Admission to Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II and Plimoth Grist Mill
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US$625.20*
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Private Day Trip From Boston to Plimoth Plantation
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US$57.00*
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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 Smithsonian Affiliate, features the 17th-Century English Village, Wampanoag Homesite, Craft Center, Plimoth Grist Mill and new waterfront exhibit "Should I Stay Or Should I Go?" Enjoy independent films at Plimoth Cinema and local produce & goods at the weekly Plymouth Farmers' Market. Please note that Mayflower II, our iconic full-scale reproduction of the original ship that sailed to Plymouth in 1620, is currently undergoing restoration. She will return to Plymouth Harbor in 2019. Visit our website for more on this exciting project!
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  • Average10%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
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137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, MA 02360
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Really enjoyed visiting this with my sister. The people that work there are very knowledgeable about the Wampanoeg people and the Pilgrim, and their activities during the 1600's. The period structures were very well maintained and functioning with reenactors in them answering questions in accents...More

Thank Connie F
Reviewed 3 days ago

I came this year for something long on my Bucket List: the Harvest Feast at Plimoth Plantation. Price of admission includes the village, etc. Alas, for this visit, it poured rain. We did get in a brief visit to the Wampanoag winter house, a wonderful...More

Thank alaris
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

My main problem with the place is the price for what it is. Also, I found many of the employees very rude and miserable. I waited in a line to use the bathroom and there was a lady about to clean them and she basically...More

Thank Eyembeth
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Indian burning out a tree to make canoe and another sharing with us how multi-generational families lived together in a hut. Miles Standish telling us how is gun works and what the first Thanksgiving was like. Two women sharing how to cook bread and take...More

Thank NippaW
Reviewed 1 week ago

The plantation is a wonderful teaching experience. The staff are very knowledgeable about the parts they are in. The Wampanoag area is beautiful. There are Native Americans from all over there to explain different aspects of the way life would have been in the earliest...More

Thank grotesquebride
Reviewed 1 week ago

I have been going here for many years. Bringing family and out of town guests. have always been pleased. I went with my husband,daughter and 3 grandchildren. At $28 per adult and $16 per child to find more than half the buildings closed , and...More

Thank courtney106
Reviewed 1 week ago

My husband and I, both seniors, enjoyed this living history museum. We were there in the middle of a week in late October, so it wasn't too crowded except for a couple of bus-loads of school-aged field-trip students. For the most part they were well...More

Thank Julie32159
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you love history, this is a great place. First-hand experience of how the early settlers lived and worked. Makes you thankful for modern conveniences we take for granted.

Thank gweduck
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Really enjoyed this visit and would definitely recommend it to all age groups. Indians are great to talk to and the actors really do play their part and keep up their role.

Thank Alan B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This place is a living museum or recreation of what life was like in the early 1600s in the Plymouth Massachusetts area where the Pilgrims finally settled. It's very special in part because they have three very different types of what I'll call docents for...More

Thank IAP65
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Linda B
5 October 2017|
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Response from Steven D | Reviewed this property |
You can see these on your own. If you visit the Plimoth Plantation first, you can get tickets for the Grist Mill there...as that is located within the town of Plymouth.
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Angela-1151
11 August 2017|
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Response from Robert M | Reviewed this property |
If you want to buzz through and just see everything maybe an hour to an hour and a half. If you want to immerse yourself in the time period of the village, talk and observe the craftsmen and interact with the native... More
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annebtn
17 July 2017|
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Response from Patriot_Traveler | Reviewed this property |
Don't know. I found an online discount and the pass was good for six months or a year or something like that
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