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Plimoth Plantation

Dive into the world of the Pilgrims and Natives in the 17th century. Been here several times and it never gets old!

The Alden Family House. "There are houses built in the 17th century, but few have survived without 'improvements' such as plumbing, electricity, and modern kitchens. That the property which was granted to the Alden family in the 1620's has never been owned by any other family is remarkable, if not without parallel among historical sites

Burial Hill Plymouth, MA The tombstones were so old it was amazing to read some of them. It is a hike up a hill but worth it. Also went to a halloween tour through here at dark.

John Howland and his wife, Elizabeth Tilley, who also was a Mayflower passenger, had four sons and six daughters, one of whom was Jabez, who lived in the house at 33 Sandwich Street in Plymouth, now owned by the Pilgrim John Howland Society.

Pilgrim house at Plimoth Plantation 17th-Century English Village