2019 Summer Camps for Kids


Plimoth Plantation offers unique day camp experiences for children ages 8 and up!

NO LONGER AVAILABLE - Plimoth Adventures: Half-Day Camp

17th-century Daily Life  camp   

July 1-5 (No camp July 4) & July 22-26 | Ages 8 - 13
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Have you ever wondered what it was like to grow up - to learn, work, and play in the 17th century? Join us to learn about the lives of the Plymouth colonists and their Wampanoag neighbors in Plimoth Plantation's Daily Life Summer Program! Explore their homes and gardens, clothing and tools,songs and games, and yes, even the chores of Plimoth with five activity-packed days.

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17th-century makers camp

July 8-12 & July 29-August 2 | Ages 8 - 13
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Who were the craftspeople of Plimoth? Explore the life of 17th-century apprentices, learning new skills along the way. Become a history detective and learn to uncover clues about what life was like using art and archeology just like Plimoth Plantation's historians, and then try your hand at your new skills with daily projects.

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Adventure Camp

July 15-19 & August 5-9 | Ages 9 - 14
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.

What did it take to make a life in a new and unforgiving world? Do you have what it takes to survive? Find out with us this summer in 17th-Century Adventure Camp while you work together to build your own community. Learn new skills, make hard decisions and solve challenging puzzles to help your new town prosper.


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Youth Public History Camp

One Session, June-August 2019 | Ages 8-16

Do you love history? Do you love sharing your passion with others? If you can answer a hearty “yes,” are between the ages of 8-16, and have attended at least two years of Summer Camp at Plimoth Plantation, you are eligible to apply for Youth Public History Camp! Following a week of intensive training, Youth Public History Campers spend time throughout the summer on Plimoth’s living history sites with Living History Educators.

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To request additional information or to register for any of our Summer Camps, please call Program Services at (508) 746-1622 x 8359 or email programservices@plimoth.org.

These camps must comply with regulations of the MA Dept of Public Health and be licensed by the local board of health. All participants of camp are required to submit a health information form, immunization and physical records from a physician, and a medical authorization form.