Pilgrims and Wampanoag at Plimoth Plantation

Plimoth Plantation is a step back into history.

It recreates the 17th century settlement of the Pilgrims. First-person interpreters (actors in character) interact with visitors and give their unique perspective on life in 1624.

There is also a Wampanoag homesite where Native people are traditionally dressed and explain their history and culture.

It’s a living museum, and one can get immersed in the period.

But what really stands out for me are the people in character.

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Happy Thanksgiving!

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