Plimoth Plantation: Tours & Tickets
What people are saying about Plimoth Plantation
Experience life as it was in Plymouth in 1627 in the Wampanoag Homesite and English Village. Watch as the Wampanoag use fire to hollow out a tree into a mishoon while the Pilgrims cook Indian corn and sausages for the winter ahead. The connections we make in their stories and testimonials remain relevant to this day. This is an outstanding living history activity which should not be missed. Due to school groups in the morning, the afternoon is less busy.
It was truly the way to go. Was able to buy upfront with no hassles!
It was an action packed vacation, to say the least. We truly enjoyed Boston and the history! The Whale watching was magnificent, but other tourists would about knock you down to see. So be prepared for that especially if you have small children, even they are not safe on the sunset cruise. With so much to do, it is hard to pack it all in and we had the 5 day pass. We got to about half of the events listed and a few that weren't..
Weather prevented use in the time I had - so I spent too much money.
I ordered a 3-day pass, but unfortunately the 3rd nor'easter to hit Boston in March curtailed activity in the middle of my stay - thus I could only use the pass on one day. I enjoyed what I did (Museum of Fine Arts), but felt I had paid too much for only one activity. There was no way to receive credit and it is extremely unlikely that I will be back in Boston within a year.
Worth the price for the 2 day if you can start early on day 1. We did the aquarium and duck boat which is just about the cost of the pass. Another note the whale watch is a “premium” item and so is the duck tour so you have to choose one or the other.
I had been to Plimouth Plantation years ago with my kids, but never thought of it as a fun & interesting place for a date until now. My partner had never been before and she loved it! Read up on the history before you go for added value.