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All reviews pilgrim fathers departure point piece of history left england interested in american history american flag plymouth rock nearby pub great photo opportunity american friends an interesting place barbican area of plymouth worth a visit set sail for america step back in time wander around plymouth sound
It's not worth visiting the steps at the moment, because they are behind some hoarding and the view from the top path is masked by scaffolding ! We needed to take photos for a project, but we're unable to get a view worth recording. Hopefully...More
Plymouth harbour is worth a visit for 1/2 a day. The Mayflower steps are interesting to see after visiting the Mayflower museum as they then have some context. The narrow old streets around the harbour are lovely to wander around after seeing the steps.
This historic marker is where the Pilgrim Fathers are believed to have boarded the Mayflower to set sail for America and religious freedom.
In fact the actual steps have long since disappeared, but this marker, with its balcony overlooking Plymouth Sound is a worth tribute...More
We visited the Barbican primarily in order to stop at the tourist information office and came upon the Mayflower Steps somewhat by accident. We were glad we did because the display was very nicely done and told a very touching story with which I had...More
Situated on the Barbican the visitors to our City love this place and it's history as the Pilgrime Fathers left from here. As its on the Barbican with all its lovely shops cafes resterants bars etc it really would be a pity to visit and...More