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at at State Pier in downtown Plymouth May ower II their full-scale reproduction of the the 17th-century vessel is undergoing a a a a major restoration at at Mystic Seaport to to keep her in ship-shape Be sure to to watch Plimoth’s website and social media for news of her exciting return in in 2019!
Beyond the Exhibits
At Plimoth Plantation
you’ll also nd nd more than history Bring home 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 reproduction ceramics locally-made goods Native crafts and jew- elry books fudge 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 rst-run lms 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
on
Satur- day nights 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 I I STAY OR SHOULD SHOULD I I I I I I I I I I GO? PLIMOTH PLIMOTH PLIMOTH GRIST MILL • • • • MUSEUM SHOPS
PLIMOTH PLIMOTH PLIMOTH CINEMA • • • CULINARY EVENTS • • • PLIMOTH PLIMOTH PLIMOTH BREAD COMPANY KOTC’18
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