Rated #1 in Plymouth on TripAdvisor.com!
Discover what launched the beginning of industry and free trade in our country. Meet Leo the Miller, dressed in period clothing, who will take you back in time as he tells stories of the survival of the colony. Hear about their struggles and learn about their faith. Visit mid April to mid May and see thousands of river herring migrate up Town Brook on the way to spawn. Educational and fun for people of every age! Reservations required.
Learn about the people, places, and events of the beginning of our country as you walk along Town Brook on the same paths our forefather’s walked hundreds of years ago. What led them to come to America? Includes Brewster Gardens, Plymouth Rock and the historic waterfront area, Cole’s Hill, Leyden Street, and Town Square. One hour tour of the historic district given by the guide in period clothing. Reservations are necessary. Free parking on site.
Located on a hill in historic Plymouth, this hidden gem is the largest solid granite monument in our country. Construction began in 1794. Learn who donated $15 to help build it, how long it took to build, and who sponsored each statue. Don’t just drive by it. Come and learn what each of the five statues represents on this 40 minute narrated tour given by our guide in period clothing. Reservations are necessary.
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