This living museum recreates Plymouth as it was in 1627, and does a great job at separating fact from the enduring (and ... More
This living museum recreates Plymouth as it was in 1627, and does a great job at separating fact from the enduring (and completely inaccurate) legend of the First Thanksgiving. Historians and curators have paid great attention to detail, from the street plans to furniture, tools, and cooking equipment. Specially bred 17th-century livestock occupies the barns and pastures, and trained reenactors and artisans demonstrate how life was lived among the Pilgrims. In addition to information on the European colonists, visitors can find information on the Native American population at Hobbamock's Homesite. Hobbamock, a Wampanoag Indian, lived with his family in Plymouth from 1621-1641, as part of a peace treaty agreement.
Located on the historic Training Green, The Jesse Harlow House is a short walk to shops, an ever increasing list
of restaurants, events, historic sites, museums, and transportation. Our 200 year old home is said to have belonged to ...