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Campaign News and Events

Campaign News and Events

Campaign Launch Party Plimoth Plantation announced the launch of Illuminate the Past, Inspire the Future: The Campaign for Plimoth Plantation on October 3, 2017 at a beautifully crafted event that showcased various campaign projects and Museum initiatives. Guests enjoyed hors d’ oeuvres and a hot cider […]

Naming Opportunities- Inspiring the Future

Naming Opportunities- Inspiring the Future

Through these select naming opportunities, your gift to support Illuminate the Past, Inspire the Future will have a tangible impact on Plimoth Plantation’s mission—to offer powerful personal encounters with history built on thorough research about the Wampanoag People and Colonial English community in the 1600’s.  Individuals, […]

The Annual Fund

The Annual Fund

The Plimoth Plantation Annual Fund provides a stable, reliable source of income to help cover the cost annually for the museum’s operational needs. These tax-deductible, unrestricted donations from our many supporters are pooled to help in a range of ways, from covering the cost of food, […]

Museum Endowment

Museum Endowment

Support for “beyond the small here and the short now,” endowment gifts provide vital ongoing support for Museum operations. These essential activities include historical and archaeological research; staff development; creation of traditional 17th-century English and Native clothing and artifacts; and maintenance of the Museum’s modern facilities and historic educational […]

The Center for 17th-Century Colonial and Native New England Studies

The Center for 17th-Century Colonial and Native New England Studies

A new highly energetic hub of public history, research and discovery, The Center for 17th-Century Colonial and Native New England Studies will build on Plimoth Plantation’s ongoing partnerships and collaborations with colleges and universities, artisanal and trade schools, Native community leaders, research centers and museums across the […]

A Bridge to the Past

A Bridge to the Past

Native Peoples of the Northeast Woodlands and Coast Exhibit Building   Through a series of images, text panels, interactive moments, and sound, visitors will be transported to Patuxet, the pre-European homeland of the region’s Native people. This re-imagined exhibit, a bridge to the past, will […]

Mayflower II Restoration

Mayflower II Restoration

Since 1957, an estimated 25 million people have stepped aboard Mayflower II, a full-scale reproduction of the square-rigged cargo vessel that brought the Pilgrims to Plymouth in 1620. Today, students visiting this floating classroom learn the perils and methods of the 17th-century maritime world and are […]

The 1670 Warren House Project

The 1670 Warren House Project

Plimoth Plantation has dynamic plans to construct a 1670 homestead on the Museum grounds. Based on the fascinating story of Elizabeth Warren, an accomplished businesswoman in an age of men, this new exhibit invites guests to explore later-century events in Plymouth Colony during a period […]

We’ve Already Started

We’ve Already Started

The Campaign for Plimoth Plantation has already begun. If you visit today, you will see the changes we are implementing in three distinct ways. New Exhibits and Programs From a dynamic new exhibit on the later years of Plymouth Colony to a powerful, fresh living […]

Why This Matters

Why This Matters

“A place like Plimoth Plantation can transport you back to another time and deepen your understanding of American history, Native American culture and our shared environment.” Anita Walker Executive Director Massachusetts Cultural Council   “Why should we care about the seventeenth century? Aside from teaching […]