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.
Meetinghouse Tours (8/2023 currently under construction) – The Trust has completed the exterior restoration to preserve the Meetinghouse and is now working on the interior. When possible, private tours of the sanctuary will be provided. Contact Cheryl Soares at (508) 746-3188 ext.25 for up-to-date details on scheduling a group.