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.

Admission
$12; $10 (ages 62+); $8 (ages 6-15); free (Plymouth residents with ID); $30 (family, two adults and children).
Hours
Daily 9:30-4:30, Feb.-Dec. Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas and New Year's Eve.
Map
Get Directions
Hotel
Hotel Name
1234 Street Address City, State 00000
AAA Inspector Rating
More Hotels in Plymouth, MA
Restaurant
AAA Inspector Rating
More Restaurants in Plymouth, MA