Places To Visit

Put yourself in the place where the Pilgrims landed, and imagine the adventure! Take your camera and have fun exploring the Cape and beyond!

Cape Cod Pilgrim Landing Trail

https://www.capecodmuseumtrail.com/pilgrim-landing-trail/
Today, there is a fifty-five-mile trail across what is now the Outer and Lower Cape that you can travel to trace the explorations and experiences of the Pilgrims. The Cape Cod Pilgrim Landing Trail includes the following museums and stops:
   1. Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum—1 High Pole Hill Road, Provincetown
   2. Monument on Corn Hill—Truro
   3. First Encounter Beach—Eastham
   4. Chatham Lighthouse—37 Main Street, Chatham
   5. Atwood House and Museum—347 Stage Harbor Road, Chatham
   6. Nickerson Family Homestead—1107 Orleans Road, Chatham
   7. Mashpee Wampanoag Museum—414 Main Street, Mashpee

Mayflower II

77 Water Street, Plymouth, MA 02360
(508) 746-1622
https://www.plimoth.org
Mayflower II is now repaired and a beautiful replica of the original.
It’s open every day from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Plimoth Plantation

137 Warren Avenue, Plymouth, MA 02360
(508) 746-1622
https://www.plimoth.org
Plimoth Plantation is a living history museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts, founded in 1947.
It attempts to replicate the original settlement of the Plymouth Colony.

 

Pilgrim Hall Museum

75 Court Street Plymouth, MA 02360
(508) 746-1620
https://pilgrimhall.org
Pilgrim Hall, built in 1824, is a gallery museum in the center of historic Plymouth, Massachusetts.
The nation’s oldest continuously operating public museum, Pilgrim Hall houses an unmatched collection of Pilgrim possessions.

 

Massachusetts State House

24 Beacon Street, Boston 02108
(617) 727-7030
 Special.Collections@mass.gov
The State Library of Massachusetts safely keeps William Bradford’s journal, Of Plimoth Plantation,
and allows visitors to read a remarkable facsimile.

Image credits courtesy of H. Carlson


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