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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...more
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re-enactors many of which were real Indians or part Indian in the "native " side of the Plantation did some amazing things like showing how the original inhabitants cooked their food ,. dressed and used their skins and other aspects of Indian life - but...More
I did enjoy the tour and the street. For the most part the actors were friendly. My only issue was that when were in the Indian village, there was one "actor," who was not an Indian, not a chance, but overall I did enjoy it....More
The price seemed high ($28 for an adult) and we almost didn't go in. I realize that it costs quite a bit to run one of these places without tax $, but the cost made us wonder if it was something adults would like, or...More
Plimoth Plantation is a self-guided tour. The adult price for the tour only, with no waterfront experience or grist mill included, was $28. There were 4 different areas to visit on the tour starting with the welcome center and informational videos. The next stops were...More
We chose to explore the Plimoth Plantation to learn more about the native Americans and to see how the English settlers lived. It was very cool house interactive everything was, you can walk into all the huts and houses, touch mostly everything, and ask the...More
Perhaps the nearest to time travel you will find.
Good parking and information centre before you walk into the woods to see replicas of early indian settlements and the first european settlers' village. Path is an uphill drag but there was a trolley service if...More
The original beginning of our country started here with the pilgrim's landing in 1620. It never dawned on me that it would have been so difficult to start a new life here. I now have a deeper appreciation for all the sacrifice these brave men...More
Worth a visit as both indian and old English settlements are authentic. There are even people in period costume who speak using old English as uf they are back in 1620. Only criticism was the entrance price $28 each appeared a little steep
Thank you for all for offering the helpful information to this customer. Children four years and younger receive complimentary admission at Plimoth Plantation. There are always interesting activities, that change daily, for... More
Thank you for all for offering the helpful information to this customer. Children four years and younger receive complimentary admission at Plimoth Plantation. There are always interesting activities, that change daily, for all ages.
As part of the immersion experience at Plimoth Plantation, there are games and daily activities that children may explore. They will also be excited to see the new baby lambs and other rare breed animals that are... More
As part of the immersion experience at Plimoth Plantation, there are games and daily activities that children may explore. They will also be excited to see the new baby lambs and other rare breed animals that are located in the 17th-Century English Village, Nye Barn and at the pastures next to the main parking lot. Children that are four years and younger receive complimentary admission. We look forward to seeing you.