Plimoth Grist Mill
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RandyRoss
Ridgetown, Canadá11.776 aportes
5,0 de 5 burbujas
oct de 2023 • Pareja
When we purchased the tickets for the Plimoth Patuxet Museum, there was an option to add a tour of the Plimoth Grist Mill (at an additional cost). We opted not to do this as we had toured many similar properties in the past but did go to see it. That said, from the outside, it and the nearby pond were quite nice.
Plimoth Plantation acquired the mill in late 2012. Starting in 2013, the mill was renamed the Plimoth Grist Mill and has since been described as a fully operational grist mill and historical tourist destination. Open to the public most months of the year, the mill processes corn, wheat, rye, and barley, although only corn is ground on the primary millstones.
Escrita el 17 de enero de 2024
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Richard S
Angmering, UK515 aportes
5,0 de 5 burbujas
oct de 2023 • Pareja
This is a fantastic working museum, showcasing the technology from the 1700s. All the staff are friendly and very knowledgeable, making the whole experience really interesting!
Escrita el 15 de octubre de 2023
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smittync
Charlotte, Carolina del Norte387 aportes
4,0 de 5 burbujas
sept de 2023 • Familia
The museum was an eye opener. The re-enactors that were there gave a thorough and interesting overview of the mills workings and how it was the center of life in the village.
Escrita el 3 de octubre de 2023
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TravelingBum10
Estados Unidos2.751 aportes
5,0 de 5 burbujas
ago de 2023 • Pareja
Very beautiful. We were able to reach this place by walking the Brewster garden trail. The whole thing was beautiful. I would go again. I did not go inside
Escrita el 24 de agosto de 2023
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Scott D
7 aportes
1,0 de 5 burbujas
abr de 2023 • Familia
Absolutely ridiculous. We paid for six people and they’re not even grinding and it’s a 1960s mill. False advertising and you can’t see it the process. Complete waste of time and money.
Escrita el 21 de abril de 2023
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DLP
Nueva Jersey1.953 aportes
4,0 de 5 burbujas
sept de 2022 • Familia
Tickets can be purchased in combo with the living museum and the Mayflower. The grist Mill is a replica but is fully functional and continues to actively operate as a Mill today. Lots of good history to learn here.
Escrita el 31 de octubre de 2022
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Linda F
Los Osos, CA5 aportes
4,0 de 5 burbujas
jun de 2022
Interesting spot to check out, was included with purchase I chose to see Plymouth village and the ship. I was surprised to see such a nice picnic area around that area as well. They had a large parking lot close by so that made it easy to get to the Mill.
Escrita el 7 de julio de 2022
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Jack L
East Syracuse, Estado de Nueva York815 aportes
5,0 de 5 burbujas
sept de 2021
The present mill is a rebuilt replica of the first mill from the mid-1630's. The mill is fully functional milling corn, wheat, rye & barley depending on what type of grinding stone is being used. I didn't recall seeing any milling happening.

The first stop will be admissions at the gift shop where a visitor will be directed to. Once at the mill, Kim-one of two guides-will explain in detail the mill's history, people who ran & owned the mill and what type of mill stone will be used. After Kim's presentation she will ask fo any questions, she will encourage questions.

Just a short down a staircase, Kasey(s) will explain the gearing system and the turning shaft. Her part of the tour only lasted at 12 mintes. A complete visit probably will last at most one hour depending Kim & Kasey's explaining. A couple and myself started outside & moving inside. Kim would be part way through an explanation and more visitors would show up, causing to Kim to start again to a degree. There should to be set hours, like every half or three quarters between talks.

If a visitor has never viewed a mill of any type, they are in for a history lesson. A review can only inform so much, a visit is needed. There is a curved FREE parking lot. A visit is highly recommended.

NOTE: If a visitor is looking for Burial Hill, they only need to turn right out of the mill, walk uphill to Summer Street, cross Summer, walk under the Burial Hill Arch and walk uphill an asphalt walkway. At the end of the hill will be a brick staircase to the cemetery. There is a larger staircase to the right, which is probably the main steps.
Escrita el 21 de junio de 2022
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Audrey N
Swansea, MA407 aportes
3,0 de 5 burbujas
may de 2022 • Pareja
It was interesting, but we were not able to go on “grinding day”. I’m sure I would have given the museum a higher rating if we had seen the grinding. The staff are extremely nice and very helpful. The grounds are absolutely lovely.
Escrita el 18 de mayo de 2022
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Rosemary W
1 aporte
5,0 de 5 burbujas
nov de 2021 • Familia
Kim and her team were fantastic! She and the two young people working with her were knowledgeable and enthusiastic. We got to see the mill actually working which was awesome. We got a combo ticket for the rest of the museum, and the mill was by far the best site. The information was great for the adults and the hands on stuff downstairs made even our youngest entertained.
Escrita el 21 de noviembre de 2021
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