There’s a reason why Plimoth Plantation is one of the most popular field trip destinations in New England! At Mayflower II, The 17th-Century English Village, and the Wampanoag Homesite, students are surrounded by the sights, smells and sounds of the 17th century. Visits to the Museum are a great way to spark the imagination of your students and help to make history come alive!
For more information on booking a field trip, visit Rates and Reservations.
Information on grant funding for field trips may be found at Foundations for Kids.
For logistical information and tips for planning your field trip, see Tips for Your Visit.
Are you looking for a way to customize your field trip and make it an experience that your students will remember for years to come? Visit Book a Special Program. There you’ll find information on hands-on workshops, overnight programs, guided tours, expert speakers, and dining options.
Looking for ways to help prepare your students? Make sure to check out Field Trip Materials. You can also go to the Just for Kids section for historical background information for students.
Well-prepared chaperones are so important for a field trip. Visit our Chaperone Guide page for information on preparing chaperones and for a printable chaperone guide.
Invite a Pilgrim or a Native staff member to your school or group! It's a great way to prepare for your trip to Plimoth Plantation.
Can’t make it to the Museum? We’ll bring the Museum to you! Our Pilgrims and Native museum teachers will go from class to class, delivering informative and fun hour-long classroom programs.
$10.00 Souvenir Pack
Plimoth Plantation offers 2 field trip souvenir packs for a nominal fee ($5.00 or $10.00). Teachers can order online or call in advance to request the packs be ready on the day of their fieldtrip.For more Details
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