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This historic marker is where the Pilgrim Fathers are believed to have boarded the Mayflower to set sail for America and religious freedom.
In fact the actual steps have long since disappeared, but this marker, with its balcony overlooking Plymouth Sound is a worth tribute...More
We visited the Barbican primarily in order to stop at the tourist information office and came upon the Mayflower Steps somewhat by accident. We were glad we did because the display was very nicely done and told a very touching story with which I had...More
Situated on the Barbican the visitors to our City love this place and it's history as the Pilgrime Fathers left from here. As its on the Barbican with all its lovely shops cafes resterants bars etc it really would be a pity to visit and...More
Several plaques and displays surround the steps used by the Pilgrims departing on the Mayflower. There is also a list of the passengers posted on the wall of a nearby pub. Worth the stop if you're interested in American history.
It took a while to get here. We followed the signs but they dont seem to go anywhere but in a circle. We found our way by accident and then the footbridge was closed with a temporary route. The steps itself were interesting with lots...More
There is a small arch built over a few steps leading down to the sea with a few plaques. Not really a great sight but it is historic and worth seeing if in the area but don't bother to make a special trip!!
Not sure why. Hope there’s a reason. Why would the American flag ever be removed, even if there has recently been an effort to draw attention to the lack of adequate recognition for the role of the British merchant navy in both World Wars?