137 Warren Ave.
Plymouth, MA 02362
Plimoth Plantation is a world class, Smithsonian Affiliate living history museum located in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Situated along the Eel River wetlands overlooking Cape Cod Bay, the 100-acre main campus is a stunning setting for the recreated 17th English and Wampanoag communities. It is where history comes alive with modern relevance for visitors of all ages at this immersive museum featuring costumed interpreters and modern day artisans throughout our award-winning exhibits, including the 17th Century English Village, Wampanoag Homesite, Craft Center and Mayflower II docked at the State Pier in picturesque Plymouth Harbor. Plimoth Plantation's hands-on, entertaining brand of living history is what has earned the museum it's reputation for delivering powerful personal experiences to guests of all ages from all over the world.
Our historic exhibits are open from late March through the end of November when the Thanksgiving holiday brings record numbers of visitors and major media attention annually.
Functions for 250-500 Attendees
Number of Function Rooms: 4