Standing sentinel over 400 years of history is the Mayflower Meetinghouse, the oldest, continuous church and organization of any kind in the US. The centerpiece of Plymouth’s historic Town Square, overlooking Leyden Street where the Pilgrims settled.
Dedicated as the National Memorial Pilgrim Church in 1899, the mythic images of the Pilgrims are vividly captured in stained glass windows including a signed Louis Comfort Tiffany window, portraying the signing of the Mayflower Compact. A church that celebrates the Pilgrim epic through its stone, and glass, symbolically preserving this story for future generations.
The National Pilgrim Memorial Meetinghouse will be open in August, Thursday through Sunday 10 am to 4 pm for public tours. Tours are $ 5 per adult, but are free for Plymouth residents and for Mayflower Society members. Children 12 and under are also free. The Meetinghouse is located at Town Square, 12 Church Street, Plymouth.
Year round with private reservation – Call 508-746-3188 and ask for Kathy. Trained docent. Guided only. Free-Donations appreciated. All proceeds go to the restoration effort.