Mayflower II

Mayflower II

State Pier, Water Street, Plymouth, MA 02360, US

Discover the Mayflower II, an iconic historical landmark located at State Pier, Water Street, Plymouth, MA 02360. This stunning replica ship takes you on a voyage through time, offering insights into the pilgrim history that shaped America's foundation.

The Mayflower II is not just a ship; it's a portal to the past, where the story of the Pilgrims unfolds. In 1620, these brave souls seeking religious freedom endured harsh conditions and unforgiving seas during their epic voyage. The ship's crew and guides aboard the Mayflower II provide a glimpse into the Pilgrims' journey and the challenges they faced.

This floating museum allows visitors to stand on the very decks where the Pilgrims once trod, sparking a deep appreciation for the sacrifices and determination of these early American pioneers.

Exploring Mayflower II:

  1. Historical Significance: The Mayflower II is a faithful recreation of the original Mayflower, the ship that carried the Pilgrims to the New World in 1620. Step on board and imagine the trials and tribulations faced by those early settlers.
  2. Authentic Reproduction: This ship meticulously replicates the details of the original, giving you a tangible connection to the Pilgrims' journey.
  3. Educational Exhibits: Dive into the history of the Pilgrims, their perilous Atlantic crossing, and their settlement at Plymouth Rock through interactive exhibits and engaging displays.
  4. Living History: Encounter costumed interpreters who bring the Pilgrims' story to life, sharing their experiences and daily life on the ship.