More than 90,000 educators and students visit Plimoth Patuxet annually.

Explore intertwined cultures, investigate changing landscapes, and understand 17th-century worldviews through immersive hands-on experiences with historical objects, written documents, and oral tradition.

Students clean a bell on the mayflower

Field Trips

Spark the imagination of your students and help to make history come alive with a visit to our immersive living history museum.

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Virtual School Visit

School Visits

In-person or virtual! Bring a Pilgrim or Native educator to your school, or tune in for an immersive live program from your classroom.

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Homeschools

The Pilgrims taught their children reading and writing at home. The Wampanoag used the natural world as an outdoor classroom where they could teach life skills. The Museum is an ideal place to let your children explore the past by being curious, interacting with Museum staff, and trying new things.

Overnight Visits

Overnights

Overnight Visits

Take your experience in 17th-century New England to the next level with one of our popular “Night at the Museum” programs.

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