Step Back in Time: Day Trip to Plimoth Plantation

Plimoth Plantation is a living history museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts that replicates the original settlement of the Plymouth Colony. The first colony was established in the 17th century by English colonists, now known as Pilgrims. Step inside 17th century homes, speak with Pilgrims and Wompanoag Indians. A day trip to Plimoth Plantation makes for a wonderful Massachusetts adventure. Learn about and explore days passed with the family.

Take a Step Back in Time at Plimoth Plantation. Photo: Robin Ruehrwein – New England TravelingMom

One of the first lessons we learn about US history is the story of the pilgrim’s journey to the new land. Plimoth Plantation is a re-creation of the 17th-Century English Village that was built by the settlers along the shore of Plymouth Harbor. You get the chance to speak with actors portraying Pilgrims and find out what a day in 1623 was like for them. Plimoth Plantation

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