Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Plymouth: National Monument to the Forefathers




February 25, 2020

Visit Plymouth: National Monument to the Forefathers

While in Plymouth, we stopped at the National Monument to the Forefathers.

The 81-foot tall monument can be found on Allerton Street in Plymouth, in a park in a residential area.

The monument was created to depict "a Victorian era interpretation of the pursuits that motivated the Pilgrims to leave England and start their own colony."

This tribute to pilgrims is considered the largest granite monument in the world.  

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