1620-Plymouth, MA: Where The Pilgrims Landed
Travel with lecturer Mario Medici on a photographic tour of Plymouth, MA, and Provincetown, MA, where the pilgrims landed in 1620. This program has something for everyone: history, art, and attractions of present-day Plymouth and Provincetown.
Take one of Captain John's high-speed boats from Plymouth and step onto MacMillan Pier, once the terminus for an 18th and 19th century railroad. Visit Provincetown’s cultural district and climb the 177 steps to the 1910 Provincetown Monument, the tallest all-granite structure in the United States, commemorating the history of the Mayflower Pilgrims with their arrival in Provincetown Harbor and culminating with the signing of the Mayflower Compact. Return to Plymouth and visit a full-size replica of the 1620 Mayflower, view the 400 year-old Plymouth Rock, or walk down Leyden Street, the site of the original settlement.
Amateur photographer, art history enthusiast, and avid researcher, Mario Medici, will take you on this fascinating journey.
This program is open to all and no registration is required.
It is made possible with the support of The Friends of the Livingston Public Library.