First Parish Meetinghouse in Town Square, Plymouth, MA was dedicated in 1899 as The National Memorial Pilgrim Church. It stands just below the site of the Pilgrims' Fort and is the 5th building on that site. An active congregation, it traces it's roots to Scrooby England in 1606. The building is constructed of sandstone and granite and houses stained glass windows from the Tiffany Studio which tell the Pilgrim Story. Tours are offered from June to November on Thursday through Saturday from 10AM to 3PM. A small donation is requested to support the restoration of the windows and the facade. Visit the site where it all began!
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