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Replica of the ship the Pilgrims sailed to the New World.
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Water Street, Plymouth, MA 02362
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Urr...Mayflower II is in dry dock in Mystic CT so you have to go there to see it. Nice historical re-creation of what is thought to be the ship.

Thank Yodeler
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were told that the ship was in dry dock, so we were unable to see the ship during our visit. There is a building with some information on the ship next to where it is usually docked. There are plenty of other attractions to...More

Thank Elizabeth D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It is a pretty cool ship honestly. Just know, no one actually knows what the Mayflower looked like so it is simply the best possible representation of what it MAY have looked like. Still, it’s a nicely done ship and very beautiful.

Thank willowde
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Just letting you all know that the Mayflower II is not there. It is currently in dry dock in Connecticut. There is other stuff to do in town until it returns: Plymouth Rock, Plimouth Plantation, various monuments and the Pilgrims Museum.

6  Thank Nicole B
Reviewed 18 June 2018

Disappointing when you get there and it’s not there as it’s being restored, wish I would have known that before I went.

15  Thank Steven F
Reviewed 23 May 2018

Love this old relic, the history & the feeling you get by just visiting this Ship is so fun, just to imagine pilgrims & their journey in this ship. Worth visiting.

3  Thank b0bbie77
Reviewed 14 May 2018

The boat is no longer there having gone to mystic for a refit. There is a replacement activity which is ok

1  Thank David282xyz
Reviewed 12 May 2018

The Mayflower II is a full size replica of the original Mayflower which was disassembled after it returned to Europe in the 1620s. Story tellers dress in pilgrim era garb and re-enact life aboard the Mayflower on the journey to Plymouth in 1620. Very entertaining...More

3  Thank Alan S
Reviewed 4 May 2018

The ship itself is a recreation of what we know about the original ship. Since it's also wooden, it needs regular restoration. The goal is to have it looking wonderful for the big 2020 festival. Both the Mayflower II and Plymouth Rock are smaller than...More

1  Thank roxieontheroad
Reviewed 9 April 2018 via mobile

We made a special trip to Plymouth just to see the Mayflower II only to find out it is in dry dock undergoing repairs. We were told it was in Mystic, Connecticut. The gift shop lady told me to come back next year. We were...More

4  Thank Joyflnoise
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23 May 2016|
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Response from Pjb96 | Reviewed this property |
We had the Boston go cards that included the Mayflower II so I can't say how much it costs but you might want to check out the Boston go card if you want to do more than the Mayflower. I would definitely recommend the... More
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RobertWLindner
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Response from FoodiePilgrim | Reviewed this property |
The Mayflower is on the State Pier, downtown on the waterfront. There is angle street parking for a good-sized truck, but not for the trailer. About a half-mile north, maybe a quarter-mile beyond the Town Pier and the... More
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