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Scouts and Clubs

At Plimoth Patuxet, History is Alive and in the Making! Our immersive, hands-on patches and programs are specially designed for 21st-century scouts who are inspired by the brave people of our shared past to take risks, innovate, make a change, and lead with courage. Plimoth Patuxet Museums is a proud partner of the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts and Mayflower Council, Scouts USA.

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Scout Programs

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Overnight Visits

Take your experience in the 17th-century to the next level with one of our popular “Night at the Museum” programs. Subject to availability. Pricing available upon request.

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Scout Days

Let Plimoth Patuxet host your next pack or troop meeting or service unit trip. You pick the day! We welcome all Juliette Low Girl Scouts, their families, troops, and service units. For more information about discounted group admission rates, email

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Scout Saturdays

Plimoth Patuxet offers educational programs throughout the year specifically tailored to Girl Scouts and Scouts USA! Register as a troop or as an individual.

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Scout Patch Programs

Tale of Two Cultures Patch (Features Historic Patuxet Homesite, 17th-century English Village)

Discover some of the men and women who were community leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs in Plimoth Colony and the Wampanoag Homeland. Scouts immerse themselves in the daily lives of the 17th-century Wampanoag and English and compare them to their own today. In this patch program, Scouts will:

  • Discover community leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs in Plimoth Colony and the Wampanoag Homeland.

  • Explore crafts, trades, games, and cultural ideas in the Museum’s living history exhibits

  • Learn what it was like to live, work, and play in the 1600s.

Simple Machines & Amaizeing Grains Patch (features the Plimoth Grist Mill)

Be a citizen scientist at the Plimoth Grist Mill, our newest living history exhibit in the heart of Downtown Plymouth. Scouts explore simple machines, experiment with water power, and discover the power of whole grains at a working reproduction of the first mill built in Plimoth Colony. In this patch program, Scouts will:

  • Explore the science, engineering, math, and technology inside a working grist mill

  • Discover the accomplishments of America’s early engineers.

  • Learn about past peoples and cultures and compare their lives to ours today.

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Community Service Opportunities

Looking for a community service project for your troop or an award project? Contact us at for more information.