Just 35 mi/55 km southeast of Boston, Plymouth, Massachusetts, is where the Pilgrims made their final landing in 1620—supposedly on Plymouth Rock, one of the town's most famous sites. (The rock can still be viewed, but be prepared—the legend is larger than what's left of the white-painted stone.) Mayflower II
, a replica of the original ship, has costumed guides, and the Mayflower Society Museum explores the legacy of the Pilgrims with a genealogical library and period furnishings. Pilgrim... Subscribe to travel42 to read the full Destination Guide.
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