At the site where the pilgrims created a plantation after sailing across the Atlantic Ocean from England aboard the Mayflower, Plimoth Plantation is now a living history museum. Kids can get an example of what life was like for the pilgrims and the Native Americans in the 17th Century and explore the Mayflower II, an exact replica of the original ship. Thanksgiving is a popular time to visit, and the plantation hosts a traditional Thanksgiving Day meal that is reminiscent of the first Thanksgiving.
Recent Traveler Reviews
History comes vividly to life at Plimoth Plantation!
I first visited Plimoth Plantation many years ago (as a child), and it made a huge impression on me then. I was fascinated by the recreated Pilgrim village but for me, the most amazing thing…
Worth the visit if your in the area.
Took 5 grandkids and they enjoyed the presentation by the re-enactors. The bake shop has incredible items, we bought several loafs of bread that were fantastic. If you try to catch the shuttle back...