You Can't Change History, But It Can Change You! Plimoth Plantation is a hands-on, entertaining living history experience dedicated to the Native Wampanoag and Pilgrim colonists of 17th century Plymouth, MA.
History comes alive with modern relevance for visitors of all ages at this immersive Smithsonian Affiliate museum featuring costumed interpreters and modern day artisans across four award-winning exhibits. Situated along the Eel River wetlands overlooking Cape Cod Bay, the 100-acre main campus is a stunning setting for the recreated historic Wampanoag Homesite, the 17th Century English Village, and the Crafts Center. Just three-miles down the road, Mayflower II is docked at the State Pier in picturesque Plymouth Harbor.
Fun, interactive and educational, the museum is a sensory treat and a must-see while in the region! In the Visitor Center enjoy the museum?s indoor exhibits, truly New England foods at the Patuxet Café, and unique specialty gifts at the award winning Museum Shops. Visit www.plimoth.org for special events and activities.
Open daily 9am-5pm