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Pilgrim Hall Museum
Found just inland of the Plymouth Harbor, the Pilgrim Hall Museum is an ideal way to learn about the original pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620. Opened in 1824, and noted as being the oldest public museum in continuos operation, the Pilgrim Hall Museum is a staple of Plymouth's history. Your next visit to Massachusetts and the Plymouth area should yield a trip to the Pilgrim Hall Museum.
When you tour the Pilgrim Hall Museum you'll have viewing access to a slew of relics, artifacts, and artwork all pertaining to the earliest of American history. You can check out the original Brewster Chair and the only known portrait of Edward Winslow. The Pilgrim Hall Museum does offer guided tours for larger groups, but those must be reserved ahead of time. It's open to the public seven days a week but for the month of January when they close – it is even open on Thanksgiving Day.
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