Did you know that the Pilgrims taught their children reading and writing at home? Did you know that the Wampanoag used the natural world as an outdoor classroom where they could teach life skills? The Museum is an ideal place to let your children explore the past by being curious, interacting with Museum staff, and trying new things.
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Opportunities for learning and discovery abound at Plimoth Plantation’s living history sites. Come on your own, or as a group. Groups of 15 or more who reserve in advance receive a group discount. Visit our Field Trip Page to learn more.
Bring a group of friends and arrange for a special Wampanoag or Pilgrim hands-on activity. Find out about our Hands-on Workshops here.
What better way to experience the past than to sleep at the Museum? Get a group together and get ready for an evening of authentic foods, activities, and a chance to sleep on the floor! Our Wampanoag and Colonial themed overnights are a great way to have an in-depth experience of the Museum.
If you’re looking for more adventure, bring your family groups for a Historic Family Overnight where you’ll dress, eat and sleep in Colonial houses, just as the Pilgrims did! .
Can’t make it to us? We’ll bring the past to you. Invite a Colonial role player or a Native museum teacher to your homeschooling group. Learn more at We Can Visit You.
This booklet offers answers to often-asked historical questions on Wampanoag life.Buy Online
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Our online shop offers a variety of Shakespeare items for a variety of age groups.Shop Now
Plimoth Plantation offers a wide variety of resources for all your educational needs.Shop Now
See our calendar of events for a list of programs.Click here to learn more.