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A reenactment of the Pilgrims procession to church, after the first hard winter in colonial Plymouth America.
The Pilgrim Progress was instituted by the Town of Plymouth in 1921 in honor of its Pilgrim founders. The march takes place the first four Fridays in August and also is an integral part of the Town’s celebration of Thanksgiving Day.
The line of march proceeds past Plymouth Rock and up Leyden Street, where a short Pilgrim worship service is observed on the site of the original fort/meetinghouse.