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Explore the Pilgrim Hall Museum

Discover the history of Pilgrims at this unique and oldest continuously operating public museum in the country. The Pilgrim Hall Museum displays an extraordinary collection of 17th-century artifacts that exemplify the story of the early Plymouth Colony. 

Find original William Bradford's Bible and other items that were brought on Mayflower on display here. Pilgrim Hall Museum features a great collection of Pilgrim possessions, that reveal the stories of ordinary, yet determined men and women who built new lives and homes for their families in a new world. 

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Pilgrim Hall Museum

Explore the Pilgrim Hall Museum

  • Price:

    • $15 for adults (18+)
    • $12 for senior citizens (62+)
    • $12 for students (with valid ID)
    • $8 for children (6-18)
    • $32 for a family (2 adults with their children aged 6-18 of the same household). Free of Charge:
    • Residents of Plymouth, Massachusetts
    • Children (5 and under)
    • Members of the Pilgrim Society

    Hours:

    • Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 10am - 5pm, April 1 through December 11 Last admission is at 4pm. (Open on Thanksgiving Day!)
    • Dawn - Dusk

    Activities

    • Self-guided tours
  • What exhibits can I see at Pilgrim Hall Museum?

    The museum is home to several interesting historical artifacts including William Bradford's Bible, one of the only portraits of a pilgrim painted from life, William Brewster's chair, a cradle from the Mayflower, and more.

    Where do I park at the Pilgrim Hall Museum

    There is a free parking lot located directly behind the museum, offering enough spaces for plenty of guests.

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