We were told this museum is one of the best in the country. We found the Mayflower house, walked around the few rooms, read the plaques and studied the pictures of women in high collared dresses and men in top hats. We wondered is this it?
Apparently not, one block up is the rest of the museum.
It includes a large house (twice the size of the Mayflower house), two stable/workshops and across the street is the shop, jail areas, and other smaller outbuildings. All in all a good collection of history, well described and displayed with staff willing to tell you about the place and to make sure you see everything.
The fee is reasonable and buildings and items well maintained, so you can see your money is put to good use.
All in all a nice time and if you choose to you can stop for a lazy rest on the beautiful lawns with the sun on your face.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.