We are delighted that as of June 11, Plimoth is open to the public! We have missed our visitors and look forward to welcoming you for a wonderful experience!
Available tickets are limited each day, so we strongly encourage you to purchase your tickets in advance. If you’re unable to do so, we will happily do our best to accommodate you on your arrival depending on that day’s availability. We are open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week. Our last entry to the Museum is 4 p.m.
With more than 30 acres to stroll, outdoor living history exhibits, gardens, and rare breeds animals to enjoy (and don’t forget our llama Hyacinth!), a visit to Plimoth is sure to bring you good cheer! Our creative and talented staff will meet physical distancing requirements while still providing engaging programs, presentations and conversations. We appreciate your understanding of the new measures we’re taking to support visitor and staff safety.
THANK YOU! We are grateful for your support of Plimoth’s mission, especially during these challenging times for cultural organizations. We are honored to be able to bring you a change of perspective, a respite from the daily news, some fresh air and simply a fun day out!
- The Historic Patuxet Wampanoag Homesite
- The 17th-Century English Village
- The Nye Barn and other animal pastures
- The Hornblower Garden
- The Waterfront Exhibit
- Museum shops at the Visitor Center, the Craft Center, and the Waterfront