New England Harvest Feast

Harvest Dinning

Take a savory journey into the past. An evening of entertainment and hospitality awaits you as you sit down to a 17th century meal filled with the finest food that this season of plenty has to offer. Your modern host will guide you through your meal. Visitors from the past and experts from today will answer your questions about England and Plymouth old and new. During dinner, you will be entertained with centuries-old psalms and songs. Perhaps you will be convinced to join n singing a round or two!



2017 dates:

Sunday, October 8

Sunday, October 29  

Saturday, November 4

Saturday, November 11

Saturday, November 18

Thanksgiving week:                                               

Sunday, November 19                    

Wednesday, November 22

Friday, November 24                       

Saturday, November 25

Ticket sales starts May 1, 2017 for Plimoth Plantation members and June 1, 2017 for non-members.  

Experience a taste of America's past

5:30 pm

Bill of Fare

  • Cider
  • Cheate Bread and Butter


  • A Sallet
  • Mussels Seeth'd with Parsley and Beer
  • A Dish of Turkey, Sauc'd
  • A Pottage of Cabbage, Leeks & Onions
  • A Sweet Pudding of Native Corn


  • Stew'd Pompion
  • A Chine of Pork, Roast'd
  • Fricassee of Fish
  • Cheesecake made with spice and dried fruit
  • A Charger of Holland Cheese & Fruit

Adult: $68.00 
Children under 12 -  $48.00

Adult Member: $48.00
Child Member: $35.00

Prices include Museum admission and tax.

Museum admission includes: the Wampanoag Homesite17th-Century English Village, Plimoth Grist Mill, Craft Center, and Nye Barn.


 Advanced notice is required for special request seating (Wheel chair, high chair, or seating with friends booking under another name) Please email

Book early to avoid disappointment!

Call 800-262-9356 ext. 8353 with questions.
Master Card, Visa, Discover and American Express accepted

All sales are final. Tickets are non-refundable.

Family style dinner service with pre-assigned seating is arranged for you. You may enjoy the company of several families seated at your table.

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