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museum’s new exhibit at at State Pier in downtown Plymouth Mayflower II their full-scale reproduction of the 17th-century vessel is undergoing a a major restoration at at Mystic Seaport to to keep her in ship- shape Be sure to watch Plimoth’s website and so- cial media for news of her exciting return in in 2019!
Beyond the Exhibits
At Plimoth Plantation
you’ll also find more than history Bring home a a a piece of the past when you stop at one of the museum’s three shops where you’ll be impressed by a unique selection of repro- duction ceramics locally-made goods Native crafts and and jewelry books fudge and and more Pause for a a a a a bite to eat at at Plentiful Café during your visit to to Plimoth’s main campus where histor- ical English and Wampanoag meals as as well as as pop- ular contemporary lunch dishes are available daily Plus the the museum hosts the the Plymouth Farmers’ Market year-round where you can enjoy some of the region’s freshest produce Enjoy a a a night out at the the Plimoth Cinema the the South Shore’s only independent movie theatre The Cinema shows first-run films at 4:30 p m m m and 7:00
p p m m m m daily plus a a a a winter matinee! Enjoy homemade popcorn all week long and and wine and and beer on
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Satur- day nights n n Exhibits
open 9:00 a m m m - 5:00 p p m m m through November
137 Warren Ave Plymouth MA (508) 746-1622 plimoth org
Bring this ad in in for $6 00
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Adult admission*
$3 00
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Child admission*
*Heritage pass only Expires 11-24-2018
WHERE HISTORY COMES ALIVE!
17TH-CENTURY ENGLISH VILLAGE WAMPANOAG HOMESITE • CRAFT CENTER WATERFRONT EXHIBIT: SHOULD SHOULD I I I I I I I I STAY OR SHOULD SHOULD I I I I I I I I I GO? • • PLIMOTH PLIMOTH GRIST MILL
MUSEUM SHOPS • • • PLIMOTH PLIMOTH PLIMOTH CINEMA CULINARY EVENTS • • PLIMOTH PLIMOTH BREAD COMPANY
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