Take a break from school, and have some fun at Plimoth Plantation!
Plimoth Plantation offers great programs during school vacation weeks. Be sure to check here for information on school vacation weeks for the 2012-2013 school year! (Check out our fantastic Summer Vacation 2013 Programs, too!)
February Vacation Week 2013
February 18-22, 9:00-2:00
Winter at Plimoth Plantation? You bet! Our outdoor sites may be hidden under a blanket of snow, but our Visitor Center is open and brimming with hands-on family activities. Every day features drop-in activities like writing with quill pens, trying on Pilgrim clothes, and making Wampanoag-style clay pots. Little ones can exercise their imaginations in our Family Discovery Station while older kids play Wampanoag games.
Snacks will be available, but not a full lunch menu. (You are welcome to bring snacks or lunch to eat in our Visitor Center.) Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult and that the living history sites are not open.
Break out of the winter doldrums and make Plimoth Plantation part of your February vacation! No need to pre-register - just come by!
Admission Cost: $8 per person; Member Cost: $6. Admission includes all activities.
April Vacation Week 2013
Make your own history this week, as Plimoth Plantation presents special April Vacation activities for families. All week long the museum’s living history sites will be full of opportunities for you and your family to get hands-on with history! Whether it’s helping a colonist haul manure or clean their armor, or making a cornhusk doll or playing games on the Wampanoag Homesite, you’re sure to find a way to get down and dirty with history!
Activities will vary from day to day. Family memories worth revisiting again and again begin at Plimoth Plantation and Mayflower II!
Keep your eyes on this page for schedules and pricing. In the past, our vacation week programs have included:
Hands-On Workshops, like:
Corn Husk Dolls
Monkey Fist (Colonial Knots)
Wampanoag Fishing Nets
Seventeenth Century Games of Plimoth and Patuxet
Special Museum Tours, like:
Super Special Animals of Plimoth Plantation
Native Plants and Animals
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For more information about our programs, call us at (508) 503-2653 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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