Three years later, the Mayflower II is back at home in Plymouth, MA.
According to the Official Mayflower Society, the ship left Massachusetts Maritime Academy this morning and arrived in Cape Code Bay about an hour and a half later.
While the ship was away for some time, it wasn’t too far from Plymouth. During the last three years, the ship was in Mystic, Connecticut undergoing renovations.
The replica ship was a gift from England to the United States more than 60 years ago. This year marks the 400th year anniversary of the pilgrims coming to the United States on the Mayflower.
For a videos and photos of the ship’s arrival, visit the @MayflowerSociety Instagram page. For those who are curious about seeing it in person, check out the Pilgrim Memorial State Park in Plymouth.
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