Family Overnights in the 17th Century
This unique overnight experience at Plimoth Plantation allows you to visit our fun and educational living history exhibit sites early in the day and then, join us in the afternoon to begin your Pilgrim experience. Play in the past during an exclusive overnight at Plimoth Plantation! You will step into the world of the Pilgrims for a night by dressing up in colonial costumes, helping to make a delicious hearth-cooked meal, and playing games that the settlers would have known from their homes in England. Enjoy a behind the scenes tour of our English Village and bed down for the night in a reconstructed Pilgrim house to experience the sights, sounds, and smells of an evening in early Plimoth Colony!
The homes in our Colonial Education Site were originally built by the Museum's skilled artisans at a location on the coast of Maine, for the PBS-TV reality series Colonial House. After the series ended, we dismantled the homes and reconstructed them at our Colonial Education site.)
Your group will have the privacy of the home to yourselves all night, with your Museum staff member sleeping nearby. In the morning, your Museum staff member will bring you a continental breakfast (yes, with coffee -- although the Colonists in the 1620s had only water…)
Join us for this magical, unforgettable experience for families and small groups.
Cost: $1200 for up to ten people
For more information or to choose your overnight adventure, please call (508) 746-1622 ext. 8359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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