Programs For Kids, Scouts & Families
Plimoth Plantation offers lots of special activities for kids and families. Hands-on happens here!
We offer lots of activities for scouts, so come on your own or with your troop.
During school vacations, you can always choose from a variety of Wampanoag (Native) and Pilgrim (Colonial) activities. During the summer, we have week-long summer day camps called Plimoth Adventures!
If you are looking for something fun to do with your friends (like a special birthday party), bring them here overnight. You will enjoy an evening of activities (Wampanoag or Pilgrim) here at the Museum, (including dinner) spend the night in the Hornblower Visitor Center, and visit Plimoth Plantation for two days!
Your family could have an even more special family overnight experience, living as a Colonial family wearing authentic clothing, cooking supper over the hearth, and sleeping in one of our Pilgrim homes!
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Upcoming Programs for Kids & Families
For more information on these and other Plimoth Plantation programs, please email email@example.com or call Sarah Dery at (508) 746-1622 x8359.
BREAD BAKING FOR KIDS!
Dates offered: January 30, 2016
Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
A kid-friendly version of our adult Bread Baking workshop! Pint sized bakers will learn to make a simple quick-bread out of corn flour, and learn more about the importance of corn to Plymouth Colony. $20 for Members $24 for Non-Members
February Vacation - Makers Marathon!
Dates offered: February 15-19, 2016
Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm (Workshops begin every 30 minutes)
Each day offers a hands-on program every half hour from 10am-1pm, a bonus activity that highlights the day’s theme, and a room full of independent play activities. Expected time for kids to experience all activities is an hour to an hour and a half.
You are welcome to bring your own lunch food and snacks! The Patuxet Cafe will open for the 2016 season on Saturday March 19th.
Cost per day: $8 member children, $10 non-member children. Parents and children 3 and under are free. Please note, during these programs, children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian, at all times.
- Monday February 15: Making Food! Make Pilgrim-inspired pancakes and get messy with corn science
- Tuesday February 16: Making Music! Learn 17th-century songs and dances, and make a musical instrument
- Wednesday February 17: Making Pottery! Make English sgraffito and native-inspired pottery
- Thursday February 18: Making History! Drill with an officer of the militia and go "hands-on" with native artifacts
- Friday February 19: Making Light! Dip candles and help make a traditional fishing net
Purchase the Making History Pass to get one day free!