Plimoth Plantation

137 Warren Ave.
Plymouth, MA 02360- Map It
(508) 746-1622

AAA Editor Notes

Plimoth Plantation, 3 mi. s. on SR 3A or off SR 3S exit 4 (Plimoth Plantation Hwy.), is a bicultural living-history museum of 17th-century Plymouth. Costumed interpreters portray settlers in the English Village, which is complete with homes, barns, gardens and a fort. At the re-created Wampanoag homesite, interpreters teach about the Wampanoag Indian culture. Visitors may interact with and ask questions of residents as they go about their daily routine. Native artisans and Colonial potters, tailors and furniture makers create goods in the Crafts Center. Exhibits and a short orientation film are presented in the visitor center. Food is available. Time: Allow 2 hours, 30 minutes minimum.
$28; $26 (ages 62+); $16 (ages 5-12). Combination ticket with Mayflower II $31; $28 (ages 62+); $19.95 (ages 5-12).
Hours: Daily 9-5, late Mar.-late Nov. Film shown regularly throughout the day.