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NOTE: Pilgrim Hall Museum is open Wednesdays through Sundays, 10AM to 5PM (last ticket at 4pm) through December 11 and Thanksgiving Day. Opening day is scheduled for April 1, 2022 but may be sooner.
At Pilgrim Hall Museum, the oldest continuously operating museum in the country, immerse yourself in the 400-year-old story of the Pilgrims and the Native Wampanoag people, presented in the world’s finest collection of early Plymouth possessions. Visit three galleries with multimedia presentations, rare artifacts, and exhibitions that illuminate the experiences of the English families who settled Plymouth in 1620 and the indigenous peoples who lived here before, during, and after their arrival. Your ticket supports a 200-year-strong institution!
The Plymouth Tapestry at Pilgrim Hall Museum is a multiyear arts project to commemorate Plymouth’s 400th anniversary. The Tapestry will tell the story of early Plymouth in a heroically-scaled needlework piece, to be stitched on by hand by a dedicated team of local volunteers.
The project was on a long hiatus due to the pandemic, but now the stitchers are back into their groove – coming together face to face for the first time in over a year. Three panels are now in active production, and four are on display in the Library at the Museum! Follow the Tapestry’s Facebook and Instagram pages to watch its progress!
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