Plimoth Plantation Combo

At Plimoth Plantation, you will experience life as it was like in 1627 New England as well as what we think it means now from a 21st-century perspective. Visit exhibits including the 1627 English Village, Mayflower II and more.
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Age: 6-12 years
Enjoy the museum and choose on site to visit either the Mayflower or the Plimoth Grist Mill.
Plimoth Plantation is Plymouth as it was in the 17th-century. It is a centuries-old Wampanoag homesite. It is townspeople speaking the poetic language of Shakespeare's England. It is the salty breeze blowing across a wooden ship's deck.


  • Several historic features and exhibits at three locations
  • 7 gift shops brimming with unique gifts including items crafted by the Museum's own artisans.
  • Experience what life was like in the 17th century
  • Select a visit to either the Mayflower or the Plimoth Grist Mill
In the 17th-Century English Village, talk with costumed role players who portray the Plymouth colonists (popularly known as the "Pilgrims") going about their daily lives in this small, re-created coastal village.

Discover a different perspective at the Wampanoag Homesite, where modern-day Native staff practice and preserve traditional skills and speak about the history and culture of the Wampanoag People.

In the Crafts Center, watch the skilled modern-day artisans as they fashion the period furnishings and clothing used in the 17th-Century English Village. At the Nye Barn, learn about the museum's rare and heritage breed livestock and their importance to global conservation efforts.

On the Plymouth waterfront, climb aboard Mayflower II, fully restored 17th-century sailing vessel that made the famous voyage in 1620. Talk with the first-person living history educators portraying those who sailed on that historic voyage or with modern-maritime staff.

Nestled along Town Brook, and just a short walk from the Waterfront, the Plimoth Grist Mill tells the story of the grist (corn grinding) mill built by the Pilgrims in Plymouth Colony. The Mill is a reproduction of the 1636 mill in the original location and was completed in 1970. Many of the parts (the stones, spindle, and stone furiture) are from the early 1800s and were salvaged from a mill near Philadelphia.

In all of these locations, the engaging staff, through attention to detail, and carefully reproduced environments ensure a fun and fascinating visit. Take a step back in history at the Plimoth Plantation!

Operating Times

Open 7 days a week from 9am-5pm.

Hours of Plimoth Plantation:
Henry Hornblower II Visitor Center: 9:00am- 5:00pm
Crafts Center: Open 9:00am- 5:00pm
7th-Century English Village: 9:15am- 5:00pm
Wampanoag Homesite: 9:15am- 5:00pm
Nye Barn: 9:00am- 5:00pm
Hours of Plimoth Grist Mill:
Plimoth Grist Mill: 9-5pm
Hours of Mayflower II:
Mayflower II and dockside exhibits: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Hours of Museum Shops:
Visitor Center and Crafts Center: 9:00am- 5:30pm
Waterfront: 9:00am-5:00pm
Plimoth Grist Mill: 9:00am-5:00pm

Special holiday shopping hours in December at the Visitor Center shops.

Reservation Notes

Reservations are NOT needed or accepted. Tickets can be used on any operating day within 6 months of the purchase date.


self guided

Booth Location

137 Warren Avenue, Plymouth, MA 02360

Nearest Intersection

Warren Ave. and Clifford Rd.


Plimoth Plantation offers free parking for all visitors in the main parking lot. Visitors with disabilities should park in the lower lot, following signs for "Bus Parking." There is metered parking available near Mayflower II.

Age Requirements

Child Ticket: 6-12 years


COVID Safety Procedures: The Museum is requiring that all persons remain at least 6 feet apart to the greatest extent possible. We are requiring face coverings or masks for all employees and guests. We have created signage, floor markers and capacity signage, and we have implemented single-direction pathways through our indoor and outdoor spaces. The Museum has established and will maintain cleaning protocols specific to our unique outdoor history sites, and indoor facilities. We have installed hand sanitizing stations throughout the Museum, indicated on our revised site map. We have implemented regular sanitization of high touch areas that is monitored and recorded. We are disinfecting all common surfaces at predetermined intervals.

This eticket includes entrance into Plimoth Plantation and a choice between the Grist Mill or the Mayflower. The distance between Plimoth Plantation and Mayflower II or the Grist Mill is 3 miles. You will want to make the 10-minute drive by car or use public transportation. Guests should allow at least 3 hours for their visit to Plimoth Plantation and about 30-45 minutes for Mayflower II or the Grist Mill experience.