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-old institution!
Families can enjoy daily Treasure Hunts for all ages every public day at Pilgrim Hall – and there’s plenty for grown-ups to explore, too, in the unique galleries.
Hours of operation are Wednesday through Sunday, April 1- December 3, 2023, 9:30am-5pm. Last admission is at 4:30pm. Open on Thanksgiving Day and weekend!
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Opening in May, Real/Mythic: People &Icons of Early Plymouth offers a biographical look at two distinct cultures in early Plymouth. Highlighting early leaders William Bradford and Ousamequin, as well as others, the exhibit showcases authentic materials, including documents in Governor Bradford’s own hand, historical artworks, and never-before displayed portions of The Plymouth Tapestry, a 120-ft. long needlework masterpiece-in-the-making, being stitched entirely by hand.
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