Plimoth Plantation

Description

This living history museum recreates the daily life of Pilgrims and the native Wampanoags in 1627 through recreated homesteads, costumed re-enactors, cooking demonstrations, lectures, and games. There’s also a crafts center, where workers use traditional tools and techniques to produce most of the items you’ll see in use on the grounds; a working grist mill; and the Nye Barn, where you can meet animals, many of which are direct descendants of the cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, and birds the Pilgrims would have encountered or brought with them from England. The visitors center has a gift shop that features Colonial area items and a café.

Address

137 Warren Ave.
Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360

Lat/Long

41.93982000, -70.62453000

Open Hours

Mid-Mar.--end Nov., daily 9--5.
Visit Website
(508) 746-1622

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