While in Plymouth, discover a vital piece of America’s history. Make sure you take a trip to Plymouth Rock, which is where the Mayflower pilgrims, who founded the Plymouth Colony in 1620, landed.
Visit the Jenney Museum for guided tours of Plymouth and iconic exhibits on pilgrim life and American history. Look out for the ‘Conversations with a Pilgrim’ series to speak one-on-one and learn about the beginnings of American history.
48 Summer St, Plymouth, MA USA (508) 747-4544
This historic and significant cemetery is the burial site for many pilgrims whom traveled to America in the 17th century. Take a visit to pay your respects and learn about those historic figures who came before us.
11 Lincoln St, Plymouth, MA USA (508) 830-4078
This pilgrim descendants’ craft microbrewery has seasonal craft beers, tastings and tours. Check out the souvenir shop to get a keepsake from this unforgettable experience.
Located at the center of Plymouth’s town, Brewster Gardens is an incredible little park with a great view. Take a trip here to relax, listen to music, or simply enjoy the outdoors. Brewster Gardens offers tranquility in Plymouth.
11 Lincoln St, Plymouth, MA USA (508) 747-1620
The Richard Sparrow house is the oldest surviving house in Plymouth, Massachusetts. This historic house was built in 1640 by Richard Sparrow, an English pilgrim who arrive in the New World in 1636.
42 Summer St, Plymouth, MA USA (508) 747-1240