Meet some of the animals who lived in Plymouth Colony and Wampanoag Patuxet! Perfect for little learners, this hands-on workshop explores the special roles that animals played in daily life for the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag in the 1600s and today. Please be advised that real furs, bones, and tendons are used in this program. Wampanoag people respect all living beings by using every part of the animal, and many of these animals were donated to the Museum by local Indigenous people for educational purposes. This program is best for learners ages 10 and under. All learners must be accompanied by a adult.