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National Monument to the Forefathers

Allerton Street, Plymouth, MA 02360
+1 508-747-4544
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Hidden Gem

Out of town visitors loved this and other Plymouth sites on a lousy weather day..then a nice lunch... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2017
Frank T
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Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Just a Concrete Statue

If you miss this don't worry. It was on my list of tings to visiting Plymouth and it was... read more

Reviewed 13 July 2017
MegWesternAustralia
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  • Excellent64%
  • Very good25%
  • Average9%
  • Poor1%
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“large statue” (5 reviews)
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Allerton Street, Plymouth, MA 02360
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Reviewed 13 July 2017

Out of town visitors loved this and other Plymouth sites on a lousy weather day..then a nice lunch on the water front...

Thank Frank T
Reviewed 13 July 2017

If you miss this don't worry. It was on my list of tings to visiting Plymouth and it was disappointing. I was expecting much more.

Thank MegWesternAustralia
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

The statue is huge, and so much intricate detail. Worth a stop considering what I like best, it's free! And no crowds!

Thank timmerml
Reviewed 10 July 2017

I have seen it many times before but the weather was as great. Thanks to 80s and cool breeze,with my wife and family a picture perfect day

Thank John and Roni C
Reviewed 8 July 2017

It doesn't seem possible that such a gigantic monument could be hidden gem, but it is. I first stumbled onto Allerton Street in Plymouth, not expecting the site I was about to discover. Faith as she is named, is overwhelmingly beautiful. Driving slowly around the...More

Thank Blenna1
Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

If you love history you should check this out. Has names of passengers from the mayflower. Very huge and impressive. I was glad we found it by accident when we went to find a spot to watch fireworks in Plymouth.

Thank Nicole D
Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

Now this is an awe-inspiring monument. It's worth getting up close to and admiring! This is a must-see if you go to Plymouth

Thank Mike G
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Especially since I generally like Victorian Era Art / Statues. But I am sure that the Native Americans are not real pleased about it.

Thank David L
Reviewed 19 June 2017

I've been to Plymouth before and sure never remember seeing this. Apparently, it's one of those monuments that kind of got lost in history.

Thank fozjon
Reviewed 15 June 2017

The monument is on top of the hill across the street from Plymouth Rock. There is a steep staircase but you can also walk around the side street and access it more easily via sidewalks.I enjoyed reading the names of all the early settlers that...More

Thank Margaret B
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Jimmy C
28 November 2016|
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Response from George A | Reviewed this property |
From center of Plymouth go north on 3a or main st to Allenton St. which will be on your left go up the hill and you will see it.
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Jimmy C
28 November 2016|
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Response from Richard S | Reviewed this property |
looks like you now have the address
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Audrey49Bundaberg
21 September 2016|
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Response from Judy S | Reviewed this property |
Just come to Plymouth, visit the visitors center. You can see the monument just by walking to it. Easy distance. Or, there are trolley tours that will take you to the highlights of Plymouth. Very inexpensive!
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