Plimoth Patuxet Museums

Plimoth Patuxet Museums presently oversee a number of historic locations, the largest of which is the 17th-century English Village.

Pilgrim Hall Museum

The Pilgrim Hall Museum is the nation's oldest continually running public museum. It has a library, archives, and collections of artifacts.

Mayflower II

The Mayflower II is a replica of the Mayflower, a ship from the 17th century that is famous for carrying the Pilgrims to the New World in 1620.

National Monument to the Forefathers

The 81-foot-tall granite statue, which is thought to be the tallest solid granite monument in the country, was erected in memory of the Mayflower passengers.

Plimoth Grist Mill

This is an exact replica of the first mill that was erected here in 1636 to process the settlers' grain harvest.

Brewster Gardens and Leyden Street

Much of the original settlement's land is now covered by a park on the lower end of the peninsula, close to the shore.

Plymouth Center

The hub of the city's shopping, Plymouth City Centre is where you should go for some retail therapy, delectable food and drink, or a piece of cake and a cup of coffee.

The Jabez Howland House

The Jabez Howland Building, built in 1667 by Jacob Mitchell, is the only house still standing in Plymouth where the Pilgrims actually resided.

Plymouth Long Beach

Plymouth Beach's notable barrier beach is the community's most notable feature. A three-mile stretch of the beach is there.

Sparrow House

The Richard Sparrow House, one of the first wooden structures in North America and the oldest house in Plymouth, was built between 1636 and 1644.