Scouts

Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts can learn about history, and about themselves, at Plimoth Plantation!

Scouts of all levels learn about history and have fun at Plimoth Plantation

Plimoth is a great place to visit with your troop – scouts can explore Mayflower II, the Wampanoag Homesite, the 17th-century English Village, the Craft Center, and the Nye Barn

Your group (at least 15 people ages 6 and up) could benefit from our group rates on a field trip. While you’re here, you could make your visit more special with hands-on activities – schedule one of our interesting workshops!  


2014 Scout Day!
May 3, 2014

The date for this spring's Scout Day is Saturday, May 3.

A scout or an adult leader identifying oneself with a uniform item is admitted free!

The scout's entire family group may purchase a Heritage Pass for $15 per child and $25 per adult. (Single- or dual-site tickets are full price.)

Admission is good for Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II and the Plimoth Grist Mill at Jenney Pond.

For more information contact us at (508) 503-2653 or email groupsales@plimoth.org.


Can't come to us? Our Professional Speakers, either modern or "in-character" role players, can spend time with you here at the Museum, or could come to you at a troop meeting! Plimoth Plantation would love to reach your troop in your own hometown, including visiting speakers and traveling workshops.

Hold your troop’s next Scout Meeting at Plimoth Plantation!

For more information, or to reserve a program, call us at (508) 503-2653 or email groupsales@plimoth.org, or make an online reservation request.     

Overnights

If your troop wants to enjoy an overnight experience at the Museum, your two-day admission is included! You can choose a Colonial (Pilgrim) or Wampanoag (Native) theme. 

For more information, or to reserve a program, call us at (508) 503-2653 or email groupsales@plimoth.org, or make an online reservation request

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Badges and Awards

Any program your troop chooses can be individualized to include activities just for your troop. 

Boy Scouts can work toward the Outdoorsman and Naturalist badges during a workshop or overnight.

Girl Scouts can participate in special activities for their journeys, or to fulfill requirements for awards (Badges, Try-Its, Interest projects, Petals). We have ideas for Daisies, Brownies, Juniors, Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors. Let us know if you have your own ideas about how we can help you on your journey by individualizing your program.

Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Juniors can earn the Tale of Two Cultures Badge at Plimoth Plantation, too. Your troop can earn this badge on your own when you visit the sites – no Museum teacher is needed!

For more information, call us at (508) 503-2653 or email groupsales@plimoth.org.

Scout Days

Each Spring, Plimoth Plantation has a Scout Day. Scouts receive discounted admission, and enjoy special scouts-only activities. Keep your eye on this page for updates, or sign up for our Education Mailing List to receive updates on all our programs.

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