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Plimoth Patuxet and Mayflower II Combination Ticket

Discover this living museum, featuring homesites, historically accurate recreations, and some rare-breed animals too.

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    Only on the All-Inclusive Pass

    This attraction is available on the All-Inclusive Pass, but not the Explorer Pass.

What you'll do

Visit Plimoth Patuxet plus Mayflower II with Go City®

  • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
  • Admission to the Plimoth Patuxet Museums.
  • Admission to the Mayflower II, a reproduction of the tall ship from 1620.
  • Visit plenty of other Boston attractions with your pass.

History comes alive at Plimoth Patuxet Museums. Explore an authentic 17th-century New England settlement where you will meet the Pilgrims and experience historic Patuxet where indigenous living history educators will teach you about the homeland of the region’s Native people.

Sights, sounds, and smells will transport you back in time. You'll walk into Pilgrim houses, touch objects, and chat with role players who are each based on a real person who lived in the Plymouth colony. At the Wampanoag Homesite exhibit in historic Patuxet, modern indigenous people will invite you to learn about their ancestors’ lives through summer and winter houses, crafts, gardening, and cooking. It truly feels like taking a step back in time. 

Plimoth Patuxet Museums highlights

Wampanoag Homesite – step into a recreation of a 17th-century Wampanoag family summer and winter home. Historical interpreters will demonstrate the indigenous cultures and daily life related to historic Patuxet, the Wampanoag community that lived in this region. You can ask them about family life, seasonal cooking, traditional plant remedies, or boat-building techniques.

17th-Century English Village – a recreation of the small farming community built by colonists adjacent to the Wampanoag Homesite. You'll wander through tiny timber-framed houses and their gardens, see rare breeds, and mingle with the townspeople of Plymouth Colony. The people you'll meet here are 17th-century characters and modern-day guides. Ask about religious beliefs, cooking and medicinal habits, and relationships with the Native people nearby. The 17th-century English Village offers unobstructed views of Cape Cod Bay, giving the whole experience even more authenticity.

Mayflower II - this striking tall ship, originally built in 1957 to match the exact style of the ship that brought the Pilgrims to the shores of historic Patuxet in 1620, has finally returned to Massachusetts and is yours to discover after an extensive restoration project. This unique educational resource gives unparalleled insight into the history of the area 400 years ago and is of such historical significance that it has been given a prestigious designation on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Plimoth Patuxet Museums FAQs

Q. Is Plimoth Patuxet a museum or a historical site?
A. Plimoth Patuxet is a living history museum that showcases the history and culture of the Indigenous people and English colonists of the 17th century.

Q. What can I expect to see and do at Plimoth Patuxet Museum?
A. At Plimoth Patuxet, you can explore the recreated 17th-century English village and Wampanoag Homesite, engage with historical experts, participate in interactive activities, & learn about the daily lives of the Pilgrims and Native Americans.

Q. Can I interact with the historical interpreters at Plimoth Patuxet?
A. Yes, you can engage with the knowledgeable historical interpreters who bring the past to life, sharing stories, answering questions, and demonstrating various aspects of life in the 17th century.

Q. Are there any special events or programs at Plimoth Patuxet?
A. Plimoth Patuxet offers a range of special events and programs throughout the year, including reenactments, cultural demonstrations, seasonal celebrations, workshops, and educational activities for visitors of all ages.

Q. Can I buy souvenirs or unique gifts at Plimoth Patuxet?
A. Absolutely! Plimoth Patuxet has gift shops where you can find a variety of historically inspired merchandise, including books, crafts, clothing, jewelry, and other unique items that make for wonderful mementos or gifts.

Q. Is Plimoth Patuxet Museum suitable for children?
A. Yes, Plimoth Patuxet offers engaging and educational experiences for children, including hands-on activities, interactive exhibits, and opportunities to learn about the history and cultures of the Pilgrims and Native Americans in a fun and immersive environment.

Experience Plimoth Patuxet and Mayflower II Combination Ticket and many other attractions with the All Inclusive Pass.

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Getting in
Show your pass at Plimoth Patuxet Henry Hornblower Visitor Center for admission to Plimoth Patuxet and Mayflower II.

For more information, visit the Plimoth Patuxet website.

Where you'll be

Operating hours

April - November
Daily: 9AM - 5PM

Please visit Plimoth Patuxet Museums' website for the most up-to-date hours of admission and closures.


Plimoth Patuxet and Mayflower II Combination Ticket

(508) 746-1622

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