1. Betty Stebler

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    We had visited the Plantation 4 years ago in April. Lots of activity, many residents telling us all about both the Native American village and the pilgrim settlement.We raved about it to our son and his friend and talked them into going with us. We toured on July 13, 2014. Not sure if many residents were on vacation or what, but there was very little activity, like pulling teeth getting information about all the activities and instruments and tools that the Native Americans used (our last visit was a wealth of information). The Pilgrims were a little better, but no blacksmith activity, no builders at work, nothing going on. Very disappointing after our exciting description of our first visit. I doubt our son and his friends will ever go back.

  2. dennis brunelle

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    I thought it would be ok but not this good when i walked to plimoth plantaton i knew it would be fun i’m very happy.

  3. G Klinger

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    Dropped off my international visitors there yesterday, Sunday afternoon, and they saw very little to no animals and one pottery demonstrator. My family of four were very disappointed they wasted $102.00 :(((

  4. El Fitzy

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    Long wait for very bad food. $75 for a dream catcher made of twigs. All in all the only thing I like there was the native american part everything else was a tourist trap

  5. Chris Thompson

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    Edutainment at its best. The native Americans are very candid in their discussions, but keeping age appropriate based on the audience. The actors in the village are first rate, not being from character as they carry out real village labors. Unfortunately the Mayflower II was under repairs during the sooner of 2013. I’m sure it’s similarly interesting.