In order to ensure the safety of staff and guests, we've made modifications to our Museum experience in accordance with public guidance and health recommendations. Please be sure to review these protocols to prepare for your visit!
Plimoth Family Workshops
Spend an hour or several weeks learning at one of our hands-on workshops. Topics include game making, gardening, cooking, etc.
The strategy board game Nine Men’s Morris is a Pilgrim favorite! During this family-oriented workshop learn how to play this simple game, create your own family game board, game pieces, and rule book. Take home your game for hours of fun. All supplies included (1 game per family). Suggested Age: 4+
Channel your inner fashion designer with this doll clothing workshop. First, choose your dress fabric from a variety of colors, then learn to sew and assemble the garments. Leave the class with a custom 1620s style outfit for your favorite 18” doll. Sewing experience is not necessary. Ages 8+
The medieval game Fox and Geese is an age-old classic. One player is the single fox and must dodge the numerous geese! Learn how to play this fun and challenging game, create your own family game board, game pieces, and rule book. Take home your game for hours of fun. All supplies included (1 game per family). Suggested Age: 7+
Since the beginning of time, Wampanoag children have been making and playing with deerskin “no face” dolls- dolls having no faces so that children could project their own image onto the doll. These beautiful dolls are made from the hide of whitetail deer, which is then stuffed with bear, skunk, and raccoon fur. Join our Native staff as they guide you through the process, and take home the doll at the end of the workshop. Choose from a variety of little accessories including clothing, jewelry, paint or tattoos. Which doll will you make? A child doll? A woman? Man? Elder? So many possibilities!
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For more information about our programs, please call Public Programs Manager, Christina Coleman at (508) 746-1622 ext. 8107 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.