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Plantación Plimoth, molino de molienda Plimoth y Mayflower II

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Plymouth, Estados Unidos

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Viaje a la historia estadounidense en Plimoth Plantation, un museo viviente ubicado cerca de Boston en Plymouth, Massachusetts. Tres exhibiciones al aire libre le dan vida a la América colonial y muestran la vida cotidiana en la Nueva Inglaterra del siglo XVII. Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II y Plimoth Grist Mill conforman los fondos del museo y están ubicados uno cerca del otro. Puedes visitar uno, dos o los tres para aprender sobre los peregrinos y los nativos americanos Wampanoag en la era colonial. Tenga en cuenta: El Mayflower II no está disponible ya que está fuera de conservación hasta 2020.
  • Admisión a Plimoth Plantation o Plimoth Grist Mill, en Plymouth, Massachusetts
  • Experimente la vida diaria en la Nueva Inglaterra colonial de 1600 en Plimoth Plantation
  • Aprende sobre la historia y cultura nativas de Wampanoag.
  • Visita Plimoth Grist Mill para ver cómo los colonos hicieron una parte crucial de su dieta
  • Elija visitar algunas o todas las exhibiciones, ubicadas a una hora al sur de Boston

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Always a Favorite. You get out what you put in!
joda0806
, dic 2019
If bringing children, educate them, ask the hard questions, try to understand the real dynamics with the natives and the more you know about the history before, the more you will get out of what you are hearing and seeing. They really are passionate about the history. Excellent experience for all ages
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A day Back in Time
imoreland_TripTime
, oct 2019
We had a great fall day exploring. It was great to see both sides of the coin and a clear understanding of the contrasting ways of life between the native tribe and colonists. The actors are a delight and you can see and imagine how hard life must have been and how small colonists felt in a large "new" country. The native people representing and explaining the Wampanoag way of life were informative and welcoming. I really enjoyed learning about their way of life and their connection to the land and animals. I went with a friend, and her son and friend (10yrs) . We spent 3.5 hours at the village and 30-40 minutes at the Gris Mill. (You can buy flower there). A short walk from the Gris Mill is Plimoth Rock, while your local it's a great stop to see this symbol of change on this continent. (no charge) And if you're lucky, like we were, you might catch the very informative history by the DCR ranger.
icon Respuesta del propietario , oct 2019
Although European grains like wheat didn’t grow very well in Plymouth, Pilgrim farmers discovered that rye was hardier than wheat and grew relatively well in the harsh New England climate. Housewives began mixing equal parts of cornmeal, wheat and rye together to make a “thirded flour” which stretched limited quantities of valuable wheat with rye flour and cornmeal. Today we still use this combination to make the New England classic, Boston Brown Bread.
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Plimoth Plantation
Debbie R
, ago 2019
Took our grandkids. They really enjoyed the Plantation, didn't make it over to the Grist Mill and the Mayflower II still isn't in as it is being restored. We were there 2 years ago and still didn't get to see the Mayflower.
icon Respuesta del propietario , ago 2019
Hi Debbie, May 21, 2029 the Mayflower returns and will open for visitors May 26, 2020. I'll be updating the content on the Trip Advisor page next week with further information helpful to our visitors.
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Plymouth Plantation Pipitone family
StephenPipitone
, jul 2019
I wanted to say thank you to all of the people at the Plantation that helped myself and my sister Kelly. The heat was unbearable and unfortunately I became sick and had to go to back to our hotel. Unfortunately, the Mayflower II was not there and was something I really wanted to see and I had become to sick to go to the grist mill. So we didn't even get to use the other half of our tickets! However, I just want to Thank you for getting my sister and I water and coming back to get us with the golf cart...you have no idea how much we appreciate it and again for all your help! We were very impressed with the people and the Plantation. I just wish we could have seen everything. OhI nearly forgot to mention how greatful we are to a young 16 year old girl who recognized how pale I was getting and offering me a seat in her cottage. PLEASE let her know that I am eternally grateful to her!! God Bless you all!! Stephen Pipitone and Kelly Reid pipitonedonnelly98@att.net
icon Respuesta del propietario , jul 2019
We are so glad to hear that you are feeling better, your visit was during a heat wave and we made many changes to the sites to accommodate our guests with shade and water. Please hold onto your tickets, you can use them to see the Plimoth Grist Mill another time, maybe in the fall when it's cooler or next year for the 400th Commemoration.
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We paid for the Mayflower 11 and were told it was definitely in the Plymouth Harbor only to learn it was not there.
Jet285669
, jun 2019
We traveled a great distance to visit the Mayflower 11, Plymouth Plantation and the Grist Mill. We had 3 grandchildren with us and our prime interest was to go on the Mayflower. We paid Viator for this privilege and were assured the boat was in the harbor at Plymouth. At the entrance we were told the Mayflower 11 was not in the harbor and had not returned from being worked on at Mystic Seaport. We are furious.
icon Respuesta del propietario , jul 2019
I'm so sorry that there was a misunderstanding. Mayflower has been away since 2016 for a full restoration and is scheduled to return in the spring of 2020 for the 400th Commemoration. Viator (a valued partner of Plimoth Plantation) does mention that the ship is away for restoration. I think the confusion was that they list the product name at the top of the e-ticket - Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower and Plimoth Grist Mill. Then the purchased ticket further below with the address Plimoth Plantation, single site or Plimoth Plantation and Plimoth Grist Mill, combination, with another note that the ship is away in restoration. I spoke with Viator the day after you were here, guest services informed me of the concern, and they've added more details to our product page on their website so that there is no confusion, and that their valued customers are aware that the ship will return in 2020. I'm sorry that you traveled all that way. Please refer to our website for updates on the return of the Mayflower in 2020. https://www.plimoth.org/what-see-do/mayflower-ii
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Fun and interesting! Enjoyed being...
cnb0708
, abr 2017
Fun and interesting! Enjoyed being able to explore on our own time schedule.
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Very interesting. The actors dressed...
Omf
, oct 2016
Very interesting. The actors dressed in time attire are very interactive, engage in conversations, answering questions, share personal stories of the17th century.
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An excellent site we particularly...
ALAN W
, oct 2016
An excellent site we particularly liked the living history aspect, with well informed costumed.pilgrims. The native Indian site was brilliant and we learned so much about their lives and beliefs.

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