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  • Visited: 2013-04-01
  • Submitted: 2013-12-03 12:35:54.0
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Hampton Inn & Suites Plymouth (Massachusetts)

10 Plaza Way, Plymouth, Massachusetts

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KID-FRIENDLY AMENITIES

  • Rollaway beds available
  • Smoke-free property
  • Pet friendly
  • Refrigerator in room
  • Microwave in room
  • Cribs (infant beds) available
  • Video game system in room


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Great for your visit to Plymouth MA

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Great indoor pool area for the kids.

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Plimoth Plantation

137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, Massachusetts

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Great place to visit with your family. Also a great place to get married, i was married in the hornblower garden, an...

Plimoth Plantation

137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, Massachusetts

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Plimoth Plantation is very popular with my kids, especially the Native American section, and they also really loved a sword fighting choreography demonstration we stumbled upon when we were there recently. For an adult, so...

Plimoth Plantation

137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, Massachusetts

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this place is amazing!  Our local library had a pass that saved us over 50% on the tickets.  They have an "orientation video" and then you walk over to a barn with goats etc. Then you head over to the Wampanoag home and see how these Native Americans lived.  Then you head to the English settlement wher...

Mayflower II

137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, Massachusetts

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Took advantage of the discounted admission price to Mayflower II if you also visited Plimoth Plantation.  Regular admission to Mayflower II was supposedly $10 and I don't know if it would be worth that just on it's own, though I am sure the kids would think so! Interesting to see the replica of the ship, and amazing to think they fit 102 people onto there, although one of the staff members did say that the Mayflower was originally designed to carry cargo, not humans, so that makes sense.  Staff members are very knowledgeable - like when we asked what had happened to the original Mayflower (went down and was sold for salvage).  Also interesting to hear about  the building of the Mayflower II and how it was sa...

Plimoth Plantation

137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, Massachusetts

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A great place to take your family (get the combo ticket if you want to see the Mayflower II - because on its own the Mayflower II takes about 20 minutes to go through and is just not worth $10 admission). They take Triple A discounts. My little one (almost 7) liked the Nye Barn and the Craft Center best. They have 3 exten...

Mayflower II

137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, Massachusetts

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Absolutely under-whelming. To be sure, we visited on a day that was pouring with rain - but even so - it took about 20 minutes to go through the replica of the Mayflower. Staffers aboard (There were 3) spoke in a fakey sounding"Olde English". The best "actor" aboard was a staffer on the top deck who explained (in his regular voice) the history of the 102 original pilgrims. (One lady gave birth mid ocean, another aboard while docked, and a third gave birth to a baby one US Soil that did not survive before the first "American" baby was  born. Interesting history - but not worth $10 admission ($9.00 with triple A discount). Get this only as a Combo Ticket with Plimouth Plantation (which is worth the cash).  It ...

Plimoth Plantation

137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, Massachusetts

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Maybe I just came on a bad day, but my recent visit to the Plantation was miserable and underwhelming to say the least. I visited as a child, and decided to try this place out with my GF on a recent trip to New England.  I am glad we had free admission with our GoBoston cards, because it wouldn't have been worth any money. The Native American village is small with a couple tribal lodges.  The people who were there to represent the Wampanoag were depressing and dismissive.  We saw two woman holding a baby cooking some food, so I asked them what was in it and the response was 'Corn, strawberries, and stuff'  and then they turned around and just started talking to each other again.  One guy had a display of tri...

Plimoth Plantation

137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, Massachusetts

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We enjoyed our visit to this living history museum. You'll find both a native and pilgrim village area where volunteers act out various roles and interact with patrons. They do a great job of giving both perspectives and trying to dispel the myths many of us learned years ago about what the 1st Thanksgiving might have been like. At the beginning you see a brief film and museum type display, then walk to villages and a craft shop. In the native village the staffers speak in English and answer questions from a modern day perspective. We saw them burning a log to create a canoe, making food and showing off games plus explaining about their garden, homes, animal furs and their uses. In the pilgrim village there ...

Plimoth Plantation

137 Warren Ave, Plymouth, Massachusetts

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What an amazing treasure that this country has here. In school we only learn about the pilgrims and not much is said about the native Americans. Not here. The plantation is very balanced in giving both sides of the story. As...

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