Travel To Plymouth Massachusetts Museums of History
|Plymouth's History Museums of the Pilgrims
|To Reach Plymouth Massachusetts and its museums of history, fly into Boston's Logan airport (BOS) and drive 45 miles south.
From Providence Rhode Island, go east on Route 44 for fifty miles.
From New York City by auto take I-95 north to Plymouth, a distance of 200 miles.
The ship that brought the Pilgrims has been re-created and is at the dock near the landing site and open to the public as a floating museum to Pilgrim history. Nearby, the place were they built their first houses is now a park along the stream that first attracted them to Plymouth
The first houses were on Leydon street now the oldest street in North America. One of the early wood frame houses the 1661 Spooner House still stands and is open as a museum.
In 1620 a group of 104 settler including a group of religious pilgrims landed on a shore near a clear running stream and built a town that we now call Plymouth, Massachusetts. Modern Plymouth makes the most of its history with some good history museums
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Plymouth is still a small town and can easily be walked in a day. Free parking is provided at several lots along the harbor. towards the boat ramp. The ramp area parking is for boats with trailers but 200 yards to the north there is free parking. Other lots provide paid parking.
You will need a vehicle to reach the Plimoth Plantation, about a mile outside the harbor along the coast to the south.
Plymouth & Brockton shuttle runs service between the harbor and the Plimoth Plantation..
Train and bus service reaches plymouth from Logan Airport.
To Travel To Plymouth Massachusetts Museums of History go south of Boston 45 miles, East of Providence fifty miles, or North of New York City, 200 miles. Plimoth Plantation is a living museum to the first settlement.