Plimoth Plantation, a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate, brings to life the stories of the Native Wampanoag and the English colonists, known as Pilgrims, and their interaction in 17th-century New England. Museum exhibits include the 17th-Century English Village, Wampanoag Homesite, Craft Center, Nye Barn, historic Mayflower II and the Plimoth Grist Mill. The Museum’s educational programs are available year round, and its historic exhibits are open from mid-March through November. Visit us for unique hands-on educational programs and behind-the-scenes-tours.
Plimoth Plantation offers dining and educational experiences during and after Museum operating hours, a group-friendly dining menu, and several indoor and outdoor performance venue options. The Museum will do all the permitting with the State for performances at Pilgrim Memorial State Park, where Mayflower II is piered.
Plimoth Plantation, a proud member of ABA, NTA, OMCA and SYTA, brings classroom studies to life.