Located in the beautiful town of Plymouth, Massachusetts, USA, on Plymouth Bay southeast of Boston, 55 kilometers away from Boston. Plymouth was home to the first European colonists in New England. Today, it has become a fishing center and a tourist hot spot. There are fishing boat-related factories and red Cranberry packaging factories everywhere. Plymouth Rock is now on the shore under a marble canopy. The famous mayflower boat is moored on the shore, and the Plymouth Plantation is preserved in the town to provide education and entertainment for tourists. You can come here to experience the beautiful scenery of Plymouth Rock, and see its legacy. Then you can climb the Plymouth Rock plateau and enjoy the hundreds of years of shipping history of Barbican. You can also choose a sunny day to go diving and boating.
Plymouth Plantation is located in Southeast Boston near Cape Cod, covering more than 100 acres. It includes the Mayflower, the rocks of 1620, and the village of 1627. In the late autumn of 1620, the first batch of 102 British colonists crossed the Atlantic Ocean on the Mayflower, and arrived at Plymouth, Cape Cod, on November 9, the same year. Today, a replica of a motorized yacht is moored off the coast of Plymouth, the starting point for Americans to find their roots. It is 25.5 meters wide, 106 meters long, and has a carrying capacity of 181 tons. The ship was divided into two layers. The bottom is the cargo hold and the upper deck in the cabin.