This venerate museum collected relics and stories from Plymouth's Pilgrim descendant families long before such was popular. That means authentic artifacts from the Pilgrim Era have been saved and are on display along with the stories of their owners and descendants. The continuity is amazing. Well done. A "must" to see for every Plymouth visitor.
The museum is a well set out place that is worth the reasonable entry fee. The story about the Pilgrims was detailed in many aspects but there is not much detail on the time in Leiden.
Good movie and some great artifacts, but the museum seemed focused on the tercentenary of the landing rather than the landing and pilgrim experience.
attended this museum with my 10 year old son and a friend. This place is so worth the drive. If you are interested in history its for you. The scavenger hunt was amazing and very educational, the museum store was awesome as well. My son enjoyed every minute of it and the people are beyond kind. We are planning another... 更多
Relatively small museum but with a lot a 'punch'. Great introductory film at the start of the museum. It has artifacts (furniture, bibles!, legal documents) belonging to the pilgrims. Incredible that they've lasted and wonderful to see. Also some exhibits on the local Native American tribes which is missing from the history I grew up with. Very gratifying and well... 更多
Expensive for what to is, but support is essential for these places and it was raining. Interesting place to to see some artefacts from the early families. We spent about an hour in there trying to dry out. Two small floors with exhibits up to the modern day. Interesting to an adult who can read the notes and watch the... 更多
The date of our visit and delay in writing the review is a little misleading. First, I discovered I never finished this review I began nearly ten months ago, so hence the delay. Second, we've been to this museum many times over the years. We are from Colorado but make Plymouth a stopping point each year we come to New... 更多
I read all of the reviews and won't repeat but do agree with what everyone wrote. I had to go as I am of the William Brewster line and thought it would be great to see items that belonged to him in 1620. These were the wooden trunk and the chair. Needless to say I was thrilled!