We Can Visit You!

If traveling to Plymouth is not an option for your school, a visit from a Museum Teacher is a wonderful opportunity to take advantage of Plimoth Plantation’s resources without leaving your classroom! 

A boy tries on Pilgrim clothing during a classrom visit from a Plimoth Plantation Museum Teacher

Classroom Visits

Wampanoag (Native) and Colonial Museum Teachers provide Classroom Visits locally and all over the United States. For locations requiring more than a three-hour drive we have Long-Distance Programs. Our teachers have traveled as far as California and Alaska! We also have Traveling Workshops, bringing Colonial games, music, and dance to the classroom.

Professional Speakers

School and University groups may also book one of our highly-skilled Professional Speakers. Topics vary according to the audience, and have included 17th-century Colonial Life, Colonial Women, and Cultural Stereotypes.

 

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

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111 Questions and Answers Concerning the Pilgrims

This book attempts to provide accurate and objective information about the Pilgrims and addresses many of the common misconceptions and controversies about them.