Mayflower Society House

Just a Short Stroll from Plymouth Rock!
The Mayflower Society House
4 Winslow St., Plymouth, Massachusetts

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Across the street and up the hill from Plymouth Rock is the historic Mayflower Society House – an 18th century home originally built by Edward Winslow, great-grandson of the Pilgrim Edward Winslow. The story of the Society House extends across three centuries. Experience its rich history on a tour where you will learn about the many influential Plymouth families who lived here and preserved this home over the years.

Hear fascinating stories about the struggles of the Winslow family – Loyalists during the Revolutionary era; stand where Ralph Waldo Emerson and Lydian Jackson exchanged vows; relive the great restoration in 1898 by famous New England architect Joseph Everett Chandler, and imagine the hive of activity this peaceful house would have been when it was used as a Red Cross headquarters during World War II.

While you’re here, visit our Research Library! >>

Thank you for a wonderful season! See you in 2019!


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Mayflower Society House Tours - Pricing

  • Adults: $7
  • AAA members and Seniors (62+): $5
  • Teens: $5
  • Children 12 years and under, Active Duty Military, Retired Military, US veterans, Plymouth Residents, and Society Members: FREE

Due to the nature of the historic architecture, The Mayflower Society House is not wheelchair accessible. The GSMD Research Library and the garden are wheelchair accessible. There is a handicap accessible restroom on site. If you have any questions, email

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