It isn't much to look at to be honest but because it has a columned building over the top it seems more impressive. What you do get though is a sense of history, and because of this it is worth a visit.
About Plymouth Rock
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Well preserved and surrounded by high walls to protect, this is only a portion of the original rock. Free to see, open at all times. Located by the harbor. Great for families.
We drove to Plymouth on a recent road trip through New England and glad we made a point to stop. Talk about history where it began. A little surprised on the size of the rock but still enjoyed the history about it and the souls...More
We drove to Plymouth on a recent trip through New England, just to see "the Rock"! It was fun to debate whether the story is true or not as we drove there. To view the rock took about 5 minutes. Frankly speaking it's a rock...More
I know the historical importance of this place, but I wouldn't go out of my way to see it. Nice view from the park nearby.
Yes, it is anti-climatic when you see this iconic piece of American history. With the Mayflower II away for repairs, Plymouth was already falling a bit short of the mark. However, I asked the park ranger if he was willing to give the "rock talk"...More
We were in town for the Mayflower Society meeting, staying nearby. Took time to walk to Plymouth Rock just a short distance away from the Mayflower House. Hadn't been here for years. Guess I just remembered it being bigger. The surrounding cupola is nice but...More
You have to go and look, don't you.......at least it's free! The funniest thing is that the rock has been broken - twice!