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Enjoy a unique experience on your next visit to Plymouth. As you explore the Massachusetts coast, head for the State Pier and check out the Mayflower II. A replica of the original Mayflower – the ship responsible for hauling the pilgrims over to the "New World" – Mayflower II construction was completed in 1956 in Devon, England. It was then sailed across the Atlantic Ocean in an effort to re-create the original voyage embarked upon by the Mayflower. It was July, 1957 when Mayflower II made it's landing in NY. It was 2013 when Mayflower II found it's current home on the coast of Plymouth.
Now a museum and popular attraction, the Mayflower II is a near exact reproduction of the original – solid oak, tarred hemp rigging, and hand-colored maps give you a real sense of what it was like to sail the high seas on a ship originally built in the 1600s. You'll encounter a wide range of Mayflower II crew members, fully dressed in the traditional garb.
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