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Great History Lesson

Let me start by saying our tour guide was wonderful. It was rainy and we were looking for an... read more

Reviewed 26 September 2018
900diannag
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Worth a Visit

One of the best things to see in Plymouth. A little out of the way from Water Street but there’s a... read more

Reviewed 21 August 2018
bluebeargeorgia
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Howland, the son of two Mayflower passengers, bought this house in 1667.
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Sandwich and Water Streets, Plymouth, MA
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Reviewed 26 September 2018 via mobile

Let me start by saying our tour guide was wonderful. It was rainy and we were looking for an inside activity. In under an hour we learned so much history about one Mayflower passenger and his lineage. Several US presidents are descendants of this family....More

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Reviewed 21 August 2018 via mobile

One of the best things to see in Plymouth. A little out of the way from Water Street but there’s a parking lot so you can drive there. The tour was very informative about a house the pilgrim Jabez Howland actually lived in. Nominal fee...More

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Reviewed 17 August 2018 via mobile

This is the last standing pilgrim house in Plymouth which has been turned into a museum. It seems plain on the outside, but fully restored to the period on the inside. My wife and I took the guided tour (nominal fee) which was very interesting....More

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Reviewed 2 August 2018

Can't wait to see this place, just learned today that this is the house of my 9th Gr Gandparents who were living there with their son Jabez (His sis, Desire, is my 8th Gr G'ma). I'm in Texas now, but hope to get out there...More

Thank ghostingthevoid
Reviewed 11 July 2018

The building was interesting from the outside and considered passing by rather than seeing the inside. But we did and were not sorry! The docent was extremely interested and interesting, giving us a really great tour. We learned quite a bit and were able to...More

Thank 5megk
Reviewed 6 July 2018

Very interesting tour of a historical home in Plymouth. The tour guides were very knowledgeable and were able to explain in great detail how different household items were used. I am not a descendant of the Howlands but am very glad we took the time...More

Thank rhk999
Reviewed 11 April 2018

The sign posted at the home states that this is "The only house left in Plymouth where Pilgrims actually lived." The home is dated for 1667. The address to where the home is located is 33 Sandwich Street, Plymouth. The home is on the main...More

Thank buttercup_ts
Reviewed 30 December 2017

After living in town five years finally took the time to walk through this house. So impressive- the trust that manages the house has done a fantastic job of amassing artifacts from the Howland descendants as well as pieces that would have been correct for...More

Thank Lisa L
Reviewed 18 November 2017 via mobile

This is the home of my very distant relative John Howland. The tour is interesting. Just know in the winter you can’t go upstairs.

3  Thank brandonb845
Reviewed 18 October 2017

The history of the home & its families was very interesting, definately worth a walk from the grist mill near by!

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Catskillfamily
7 January 2018|
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Response from Lisa L | Reviewed this property |
Plymouth residents can tour for no charge so we never had to pay but I think the costs were some where around $6 for adults / kids 6-12 $2. There were discounts for AAA, military and students. Also I know there was a large... More
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10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily from May through October.
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You buy tickets at the house.
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