Plimouth Plantation is a great stop for a Thanksgiving dinner. They host a popular America's Thanksgiving Dinner features classic roast turkey and all the traditional New England trimmings. Pilgrim role players and Native interpreters are the first to greet you at this very popular and, often, sold out event.
The Mayflower ll was built in Devon, England and crossed the Atlantic in 1967. It is a full-scale reproduction of the original Mayflower that sailed to Plymouth in 1620.
The Plimoth Grist Mill stands on the plantation grounds and is a corn grinding mill built by the Pilgrims in Plymouth Colony.
Plymouth Rock, also known as "the landing place of the Pilgrims" and is located on the banks of the Eel River.
Wampanoag Home site is a place to discover how the 17th-century Wampanoag lived, planted crops, hunted, and gathered. This location is considered to be an "outdoor living exhibit".
Lantern tours. What a great opportunity to see Plymouth in a different light: lantern light. As you tour the historic district of Plymouth with your costumed Pilgrim guide, you learn about the Pilgrims, the Native Americans, the statues and the monuments, and learn the true and amazing story of how Plymouth Rock became a national monument. For more information check out the seeplymouth tours.
Cranberry bog tour. This is a perfect time to see these colorful crops.Take a tour of the Bog Hallow Farms, one of the family-owned cranberry farms. Maybe pick up some for your Thanksgiving Feast.