Village of Plymouth Monument

Downtown Plymouth Historical Sites

Village of Plymouth Monument

Plymouth, Michigan 48170, United States

Created By: Volunteer

Point of Interest Details

In 1979, a group from Plymouth England stopped over to be part of Plymouth Michigan’s 4th of July celebration.

This turned out to be quite delightful to all concerned. According to the Lord Mayor Frank Chapman of Plymouth, England they came to be part of, "The celebration of our victory over them in the Revolutionary War."

The visitors brought a piece of the rock from the 1620 Mayflower dock in Plymouth England to set as a monument to commemorate the friendship between our cities.

It is located between the City Hall and the Library. This is a Michigan Historic Marker Site.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Downtown Plymouth Historical Sites


 

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