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Ways to Give

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The New Indigenous Program Building

Plimoth Patuxet is underway with plans and fundraising to expand the Indigenous site with new exhibits and spaces that will enable the site and staff to better tell the compelling story of profound change and cultural persistence in the Indigenous homeland in this region. The new building and cultural exhibits will reinforce the Museum’s commitment to being the world’s preeminent educational resource on the Native and Colonial history of this place in the 17th century and beyond.

Support the Building Today

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The 1670 Warren House

Plimoth Patuxet has plans to construct a 1670 English house on the Museum grounds. For many in classrooms across America, the Wampanoag and Pilgrim story ends at the First Thanksgiving, but in fact, change continued to sweep through 17th-century America, brought about by English and Native communities in constant interaction. The 1670 Warren House is Plimoth Patuxet's path to further exploring the later half of the 17th century in historic Patuxet and Plymouth.

Contribute to the 1670 House

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Annual Fund

Make history come alive. You make our progress possible through your gifts to the Annual Fund.

Annual Fund

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Mayflower II Restoration

Since 1957, an estimated 25 million people have stepped aboard Mayflower II—a full-scale reproduction of the original ship that brought the Pilgrims to these historic shores in 1620. You can help us ensure that the ship will be seaworthy for another 60 years and continue to educate and inspire future generations.

Donate to the Mayflower Restoration Fund

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Members provide the vital operating support that fuels Plimoth Patuxet's mission and enjoy exclusive benefits!

Become a Member

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Unique Giving for Mayflower II

Unique gifts provide a chance to sustain the Museum and become a part of living history.

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Corporate Sponsorships

By partnering with Plimoth Patuxet Museums through sponsorship or giving, companies support the Museums’ mission to create meaningful encounters with history built on thorough research about the Indigenous and European people who met along these shores of change.

Become a Corporate Sponsor


Community Partners

Invest in Plymouth and make an impact by supporting its world-renowned living history museum.

Partner With Us

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Planned Giving

Leave a Legacy. Make an invaluable contribution and secure the future of Plimoth Patuxet Museums with a planned gift. You will provide personal encounters with history for generations to come.

Leave a Planned Gift

To make your gift over the phone, call (508) 746-1622 ×8332