Pilgrim Sands Motel

150 Warren Avenue, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States
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Travel Tips for Plymouth

Mayflower II

by grandmaR

When we moved to Lexington Mass in the summer of 1970, none of the kids on the street where we were renting a house would play with my kids, and my kids were too shy to just walk up and join in. So I did a lot of other things with my children that summer and that included an August trip to Plymouth. I remember going to Plymouth as a child and seeing the rock under its canopy at the edge of the water. So we did that, and also visited the grounds of the Mayflower Society.

But first we went to the Plimouth Plantation and visited the recreated 1627 village.

Then I drove to the town proper and parked, and we boarded the Mayflower II so they could see the size of the ship that the colonists came to this country on.

The picture shows the ratlines, which are the things that the sailors use to climb into the rigging. At the top of the mast is the crows nest.

The cabin


Enjoy having a large room in your hotel considering the small place for everybody on the ship to slip. After, the guide said you there are also the goats, the cattle and the chicken. Oups ! On my point of view, the place is a little concern. The smell and the small beasts were certainly the main problems...

Local Native Americans at Plimoth Plantations

by Pawtuxet

Descendants of the local tribe are used to work at Plimoth Plantations. There is a little settlement where you can see and speak with the natives who live and work in the 1600's. Knowledgeable descriptions of cooking techniques, hunting, and other survival skills.

Cranberry Bog

by Pawtuxet

Altho I've lived in New England most of my life, I had never visited a cranberry bog with a good tour guide. It was fascinating to see the bog up close...and have them explain the harvesting process..dangers of frost...and when they might do a different...dry...pick. That is when they sell whole berries as opposed to making sauce or juices.

Plimouth Plantation

by Easty

Plimouth Plantation is a perfect replica of the year 1620. In the plantation, there are replicas of Native American and Pilgrim villages. The actors that portray the Indians and Pilgrims were very knowledgeble about the time. This is a must see. Allow 2 hours minimum.


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Address: 150 Warren Avenue, Plymouth, Massachusetts, 02360, United States