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Mayflower II, Plymouth

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See the scale replica of one of America's most famous boats at Mayflower II, built in the 1950s in Devon, England. This boat actually sailed to Plymouth to replicate the Mayflower's original voyage to the "New World" in 1620. Since then, the wooden ship has resided in the United States, offering visitors an opportunity to admire a great feat of maritime engineering. Try to imagine how 102 people fit aboard a ship of this size to make the original 10-week journey 400 years ago. Put Mayflower II into our Plymouth trip itinerary tool to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Plymouth.
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  • Both the role players and non-role player staff were great to talk with. Liked the clear direction to travel go through the ship, gave order and made the experience more enjoyable. Definitely... 
    Both the role players and non-role player staff were great to talk with. Liked the clear direction to travel go through the ship, gave order and made the experience more enjoyable. Definitely...  more »
  • If you're in Massachusetts, you NEED to see the Mayflower II in Plymouth. First of all, it's free to look at it from shore and it's beautiful. If you're willing and able to pay $15, you can go... 
    If you're in Massachusetts, you NEED to see the Mayflower II in Plymouth. First of all, it's free to look at it from shore and it's beautiful. If you're willing and able to pay $15, you can go...  more »
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  • Closes at 5. Not much to do but just look at it
  • The ship is impressive, especially when you realize the number of passengers (102) not counting 2 dogs, chickens and pigs that shared the space with them. It really hits you how persevering they were. The crew are well versed about the ship and the cordage in 1620. Well worth a visit ! For the kids the us a pulley set up to demonstrate their effectiveness.

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