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Now surrounded by protective pillars, this unimposing rock was allegedly the first piece of land touched by the Pilgrims in the New World.
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  • Average38%
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“mayflower ii” (132 reviews)
Plymouth, MA
+1 508-747-7533
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Reviewed 5 days ago

See the rock of course, but walk up the hill and tour the streets and historic sites there, check out the Mayflower II, spend some time there and don't be in a hurry, it is a cool place! Then walk over to Woods Seafood for...More

Thank Scott R
Reviewed 5 days ago

The rock is lacking in "awe" but it is a historical site you should stop to see. There are lots of shops, restaurants, and tourist areas around here. This was our stretching place between Boston and Cape Cod. Highly recommend walking the rocks out to...More

Thank tiffanybrasch
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

What can you say but it’s Plymouth Rock! I was disappointed that some individual had dumped trash down in the lower area where the rock was located. Wish they could monitor that more. They did have Park Rangers on hand to tell you more about...More

Thank Rebeard76
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The site of Plymouth Rock was nice, nothing special. The town has some nice shopping and restaurants. A few other historical sites as well - actual ship will not return to Plymouth for awhile.

Thank WheatyTweety
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Wonderful experience and beautiful town! The people there were very friendly and made my visit very pleasant.

Thank true1divakl
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It's a rock. It's not a very big rock. It's broken. Go see it but don't expect much. The park Rangers there can explain more.

Thank kskkgd
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The town and area surrounding the rock is very majestic and peaceful. A rock is just a rock, but you get to stand on the same land as the courageous people that risked everything for a better life. It really puts your life and experience...More

Thank David S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nice to where it all began. There was a gentleman telling the story. Beautiful but very cold day. Didn’t hang around much.

Thank ScotinAlabama
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Easy to find so well worth making time to go, they have rangers who give regular talks and answer any of your qustions.

Thank KEVCO36
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It is not busy which is a huge plus. The actual rock is much smaller than you’d expect. It’s worth seeing because of convenience.

Thank Brandon B
Nearby Restaurants
8 reviews
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Cafe Strega
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.32 km away
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201 reviews
.28 km away
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.17 km away
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Lisa B
18 November 2017|
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Response from kristen d | Reviewed this property |
Yes it was built in 1920 for the 300th Anniversary.
Jimmy A
10 June 2016|
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Response from Smadms | Reviewed this property |
Not cranky at all... Its a rock placed there as a tourist trap.. to take selfies with... If I were you I'd skip on over to Surfside Smokehouse in the marina on Union St, Grab some BBQ and a cocktail out on the deck and... More
Mahin H
11 November 2015|
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Response from momLofteens | Reviewed this property |
12 dollars for adults, 8 dollars for kids just for Mayflower II, I'd recommend a combo ticket if you also planning on a Plymouth Plantation visit combo tickets ate $30 for adults and $20 for kids at both sites kids under 4... More