Easy to find so well worth making time to go, they have rangers who give regular talks and answer any of your qustions.
About Plymouth Rock
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Awesome to see "the Rock" where the beginning of the Plymouth Colony began. It is protected by the monument and is easy to see.
well ya cant change it. As they say "it is what it is" a small rock with a cage around it. If you stop and think its almost comical that you go and look at a rock. Plenty of great restaurants around the area for...More
Historically significant. Visually questionable. It's just a small rock with 1620 carved into it. It's protected by iron gate and columns. I've never seen the water come up high enough... maybe in a storm. Plan to spend... maybe a minute....looking at the rock....then walking on....More
Its a piece of rock that ALLEGEDLY was where the Pilgrim Fathers landed. We listened to the talk and I mentioned the Speedwell to the speaker, who knew nothing about the 2nd ship that set off and had to turn back. When I told him...More
We don't know exactly what we expected as we stopped to visit Plymouth Rock. After all, ever since we were kids we knew this was the historical spot where Pilgrims first touched ground. So, we approached it as something almost sacred. Imagine our surprise that...More
Through my paternal grandmother I am descended from 2 different passengers on the Mayflower. People might think this site is lame but I still enjoyed seeing it as it is a sacred place. Worth the look and photo-op.
The entire area is under construction right now but they know it's a problem and have a strong police presence to keep you safely out of harms way. Worth the visit and there's a ranger on duty all the time to give you details /...More