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 host will guide you through the meal, and answer your questions about England and Plymouth, old and new. Before dinner, you will be entertained with centuries-old psalms and songs, and perhaps you will be convinced to join in singing a round or two.
Experience a Taste of America’s Past
Bill of Fare
* Wood-pressed Cider
* Cheate Bread and Butter
* A Sallet of Herbs – a 17th century salad with watercress and chopped egg
* Mussels Seeth’d with Parsley and Beer – steamed mussels with parsley & beer
* A Dish of Turkey, Sauc’d – roasted turkey with onion gravy, thickened with bread
* A Pottage of Cabbage, Leeks & Onions – savory stewed cabbage
* A Sweet Pudding of Native Corn – an early, rustic version of indian pudding with stone ground grits
* Stew’d Pompion – stewed butternut squash flavored with butter and vinegar
* A Chine of Pork, Roast’d – roast pork loin with a red wine sauce
* Fricassee of Fish – fish roasted with onions and leeks
* Cheesecake made with spice and dried fruit – ricotta cheesecake with currants
* A Charger of Holland Cheese & Fruit
Ticket price includes Museum admission, tax and service.
Museum admission includes: the Wampanoag Homesite, 17th-Century English Village, Mayflower II, Plimoth Grist Mill, Craft Center and Nye Barn.
Pre-assigned seating is arranged for you. We are looking forward to sitting at communal tables again, and enjoying a family-style meal.
Advanced notice is required if you would like to be seated with a “specific” party booked under another name. Special requests such as wheelchair accommodations or high chair needs, can be accommodated with advanced notice. Please email Erin at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Advance ticket purchase required. Tickets are non refundable/nonreturnable.