Hadn't been there in 30 years. Expanded from the last time we visited. Enjoyed the day. Indian village a good addition.
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This is the way to see history in action. You see how the original Mayflower people got by. There are actors dressed in period clothing and they spoke ye oldee English and stuck to it. They showed the younger kids games they played. They even...More
I had visited Plimoth Plantation in the late 80's and loved it! So I was looking forward to going back expecting it to be much improved by now. Sadly the biggest improvement was the new main visitors building. The Native American area was slightly improved...More
Definitely recommend an one time visit to Plimoth Plantation. Two trips may be a bit much. You can see all of it in a few hours. My daughters loved interacting with the historical folks and also enjoyed tooling around the replica of the first settlement.
We visited Plimoth plantation using our Go Boston ticket pack. We had a three-day pass and visited Plimoth on the third day on our way to Cape Cod. We bought some bread in the gift shop that was made that day to the original colonists...More
It is probably a faithful recreation of the original. But its terms of reference are narrow, i.e. just the plantation. So it doesn't or can't go beyond that. So therefore it is not good value for money. It's an expensive walk in the woods. Contrast...More
Interesting and informative step back in time. While not a very large place, the buildings and people there are quite interesting to visit. There is a small Native American village and then the Plimoth Village. The people dressed in period costume are in character and...More
We enjoyed our time at Plimouth Plantation. But, you have to take initiative and ask questions of the pilgrims, otherwise you don't get much information forthcoming. The kids liked exploring the town. Had we not run into a few key people and asked the right...More