WALK PILGRIM MEMORIAL STATE PARK: Take a break amidst history at Pilgrim Memorial State Park, offering views of the harbor and a serene atmosphere, perfect for a leisurely stroll or relaxation between exploring other landmarks.
GO BELOW DECK ON MAYFLOWER II: Immerse yourself in history aboard Mayflower II, a full-scale replica of the original ship, offering insight into the Pilgrims' journey with guided tours below deck and a glimpse into 17th-century maritime life.
SEE PLYMOUTH ROCK: Visit the iconic Plymouth Rock, a symbolic landmark commemorating the Pilgrims' arrival, located within Pilgrim Memorial State Park. Despite its disputed origins, it remains a significant historical site worth exploring.
WATCH GRINDING OF CORN: Experience the workings of Plimoth Grist Mill, a reconstructed mill offering demonstrations of grain grinding and water power. Explore interactive exhibits and witness traditional milling techniques firsthand.
LEARN ABOUT 17TH CENTURY INDIGENOUS LIFE: Discover the culture and heritage of the Wampanoag people at the Historic Patuxet Homesite, part of the Plimoth Patuxet Museums, offering immersive experiences and insights into indigenous life in the 17th century.
LIVE LIKE A PILGRIM: Step back in time at the 17th Century English Village, an authentic recreation of Pilgrim life at Plimoth Plantation. Interact with costumed roleplayers and explore furnished houses, gardens, and daily activities of early settlers.
GO WHALE WATCHING: Embark on a whale watching adventure with Captain John s Whale Watching, departing from Plymouth Harbor to explore Cape Cod Bay and Stellwagen Bank.
EXPLORE THE LAST STANDING PILGRIM HOUSE: Visit the Jabez Howland House, the last surviving residence of Pilgrims in Plymouth, offering a glimpse into colonial life with authentic artifacts and historical exhibits.