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Julie Gilmore
Julie Gilmore • 1 year ago

Plimouth Plantation Plymouth, Massachusetts Why you’ve got to go: It’s like stepping back in time to the 1620s, when the pilgrims arrived here from England on the Mayflower. What to do: Get a look at Plymouth Rock, where colonists first set foot on American soil -- you won’t believe how tiny it is. Then board the Mayflower II, a full-size replica of the original. Costumed actors recreate what it was like on the crossing and in the settlement. As you roam through the 17th century

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The Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Every American schoolchild knows about Plymouth -- about how a band of English pilgrims, fleeing religious persecution, left Europe on the Mayflower and set up a settlement at Plymouth in December 1620. What you won't know until you visit is how small everything was, from the perilously tiny Mayflower to the landing point at Plymouth Rock. But rather than feel disappointed, children may be awed to realize just how difficult this venture was