Pint with a Pilgrim

Pint with a Pilgrim

Learn how the Pilgrims got their party on at the #icrafthistory Celebration’s Pint With A Pilgrim. Mayflower Brewing Company’s new Standish beer will be available, along with Captain Standish himself, offering wit, witticism, and insights into the importance of beer to the colonists. To add to the merriment, staff will be on hand to lead a […]

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Plimoth Bread Co.

Breakfast with the Baker

Join us for Breakfast with the Baker- Sunday, September 27, 2015 at 7:30 a.m.! From lighting the oven to kneading the dough, there are many preparations for a baker to make before the first loaf emerges crisp from the oven! Enjoy a hearty farmers’ breakfast that includes delicious bread by our in-house Plimoth Bread Company. […]

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Craft in Detail: Traditional Trades

When you visit Plimoth Plantation’s living history sites, it’s easy to miss the level of detail and craftsmanship that goes into reproducing the surroundings of the seventeenth century. The breathtaking view from the Fort in the English Village, the simple cottages lining the broad street that ambles down the hill to the sea…the woodland grove […]

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Craft in Detail: Pottery

Chances are that you have plates, bowls, and cups in your kitchen cabinets. You might even be like me and have your grandmother’s “good china” on display in a proper china cabinet. For thousands of years, people worldwide have been using clay to create a vast variety of useful, beautiful objects. Pottery is another one […]

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Kids Activities!

Hours and Events Highlights

This year’s #icrafthistory Celebration takes place from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., with the exception of Pint with a Pilgrim at 5:00 on 9/26 and Breakfast with the Baker at 7:30 a.m. on 9/27. Throughout the weekend, guests at Plimoth Plantation will be able to meet and interact with local artisans. Throughout the Museum, artists […]

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Lara Ferri, Owner of Lara's Cuisine

Featured Vendor: Lara’s Cuisine

Lara’s Cuisine will be joining us for the Plymouth Farmers’ Micro-Market on 9/27 from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Based out of Duxbury, Massachusetts, Lara Ferri creates delicious pestos, relishes and ravioli that are sure to “spoil your taste buds!” Meet Lara! “Born and raised in Emilia (Italy), the land of Parmigiano Reggiano, Lasagna, Bolognese […]

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Simpson Spring

Featured Vendor: Simpson Spring

We are so excited for the Plymouth Farmers’ Micro Market! Join a few of our friends and vendors from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 27, 2015 for treats and art right outside of our Craft Center. We are excited to welcome a growing list of vendors- let’s get started with the introductions! […]

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Plimoth Bread Co.

Craft in Detail: Baking

A pastime almost as old as humanity itself, baking has risen – pardon the pun – from the unleavened breads of antiquity to the new artisan forms of today. Plimoth Bread Co., launched in 2014, explores the intersection of past and present by infusing history into every bite of its handmade breads. Our Thirded Bread, by […]

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One of our Colonial Artisans shows a young apprentice how to saw wood- 17th century-style!

September 26 & 27 #icrafthistory 2015

Mark your calendars and join us for our second annual #icrafthistory Celebration! On September 26 and 27, 2015 #icrafthistory Celebration takes place on our recently expanded Craft Center and living history sites. This two-day event celebrates our living history museum’s dedication to craft with artisans, exhibits, music, food, and shopping. Open to the public, the Celebration includes […]

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Stone Tools

2015 Call for Artisans

After an extremely successful inaugural year, #icrafthistory will be returning to Plimoth Plantation the weekend of September 26-27, 2015! We are currently accepting applications for participation in our weekend-long, juried artisan celebration. If you are interested in participating as an artisan, please download the form and submit it to Norah Messier, Director of Living Collections, […]

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