Plan Your Visit
Learn Something Old Every Day™
Outdoor exhibits closed for winter, WILL OPEN MARCH 16, 2019.
We want you to make the most of your experience at Plimoth Plantation. To find out what's going on each day, please see our full calendar. You can plan your visit, create email reminders for events and keep up with the latest news from the Museum.
Mayflower II is currently away from her berth at State Pier on the Plymouth Waterfront. Until 2019, the ship will be at Mystic Seaport receiving a full restoration ahead of Plymouth's 400th commemoration of the Pilgrims' arrival on New England's shores. Follow the ship's progress here. The retail shops at Mayflower II will remain open through Thanksgiving (77 Water Street, Plymouth).
Be sure to visit our outdoor living exhibits, including the 17th-Century English Village, Wampanoag Homesite, and the Plimoth Grist Mill. At the Craft Center, learn more about how our skilled craftspeople recreate the world of the 17th century.
You may also want to spend some time in our Hornblower Visitor Center. Purchase a souvenir of your time here and support our educational mission at one of three Museum Shops, or grab a bite to eat at the Patuxet Café. If you haven't made plans for the evening, stay for the show! Plimoth Cinema is open year-round and shows new, independent films twice each day.
Plimoth Plantation is open from the second Saturday in March through the end of November. For information about hours, rates and ticketing, please visit our Hours & Prices page.
We welcome groups. If you are traveling with 15 or more people, visit our Groups page to make your reservations.
Plymouth, Massachusetts is a vibrant seaside community. After your visit to Plimoth Plantation, we hope you'll linger to enjoy all that Plymouth has to offer.
For more information about our town and other places to eat, shop and learn, please visit Around Town.