Pilgrim Hall Museum

75 Court St.
Plymouth, MA 02360- Map It
(508) 746-1620

AAA Editor Notes

Pilgrim Hall Museum, 75 Court St., opened in 1824 and is one of the oldest public museums in America. The two-story museum houses a collection of Pilgrim furniture, armor, decorative arts and an Early American painting collection. Highlights include a bible belonging to William Bradford, Plymouth Colony governor and primary drafter of the Mayflower Compact; the cradle of New England's firstborn; and the chair of Pilgrim leader William Brewster. In addition a historical treasure hunt for children is featured.
$8; $7 (ages 62+); $5 (ages 6-15); free (ages 0-5 and Plymouth residents with ID); $25 (family, two adults and children).
Hours: Daily 9:30-4:30, Feb.-Dec. Closed Christmas.