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impressive how big it is when you are standing there.

park is well kept. we walked from the hotel. nice location close to the waterfront. took a few... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Webster, Massachusetts

in an out of the way location the national monument was enormous and spectacular. well worth... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Leatherhead, Surrey
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Thought to be the largest solid granite monument in the United States, this 81-foot-tall granite statue was built to honor the passengers of the Mayflower. Boston sculptor Hammatt Billings designed the monument which features allegorical figures...more
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Allerton Street, Plymouth, MA 02360
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Reviewed 3 days ago

park is well kept. we walked from the hotel. nice location close to the waterfront. took a few pictures and moved on.

Thank 541kev
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

in an out of the way location the national monument was enormous and spectacular. well worth getting lost on our way. As a British visitor it would have helped to have a little more information on the monument but nevertheless it was astonishing in its...More

Thank gwesty
Reviewed 1 week ago

Amazing monument and very much enjoyed meeting Matt V who works for the Mass State Parks and answered our questions and have insight into the story behind it.

Thank Lane W
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Decided to visit on our way out of town. It is worth it to get out of your car to view the statue up close as it is about 5 stories tall!! Lots of details around all sides of it.

Thank mecormier
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you are a history buff this is a must see. Located on side street in a grassy park. On a nice day you could do s picnic. The statue is HUGE and you must read everything all around it. Very interesting- little kids will...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This monument is a somewhat hidden gem. The Monument has exceptional craftsmanship. Interesting. It may be worth a tour that we didn't know was available. We walked to it along the coast, through gardens up to Grist Mill and over to the statue. The information...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Our group really enjoyed seeing this monument. It is very large and has a dignified appearance. It seems to be overlooked as there are never very many people there. You don’t even have to get out of your car if you don’t want to as...More

Thank willowde
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is in a nice area to walk and take in nature. There is lots to do and see near by. See this in conjunction with other sites for a worth while visit.

Thank roamabout23
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We enjoyed coming to see this Monument again. Part of our National treasures which very honored to come to see it!

Thank Lkonopka
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is not too far from all the other attractions in Plymouth and well worth the visit. It is massive and quite a sight to behold. There is plenty of parking as well.

Thank Louis F
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Jimmy C
28 November 2016|
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Response from George A | Reviewed this property |
From center of Plymouth go north on 3a or main st to Allenton St. which will be on your left go up the hill and you will see it.
Jimmy C
28 November 2016|
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Response from Richard S | Reviewed this property |
looks like you now have the address
21 September 2016|
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Response from Judy S | Reviewed this property |
Just come to Plymouth, visit the visitors center. You can see the monument just by walking to it. Easy distance. Or, there are trolley tours that will take you to the highlights of Plymouth. Very inexpensive!