Plimoth After Dark
Third Fridays, January through November, 7 p.m.
Experience Plimoth as you've never seen it before- after hours! Join us for our evening series of 17th-Century-inspired cocktails, craft, and just enough learning.
Celebrate the Pilgrim’s favorite season with local pumpkins! Join us for this make and take workshop and learn how to prepare a pumpkin pie from a traditional 17th-century recipe. Bring home your pie and bake it to perfection!
Spend the evening with Wampanoag Educator, Kerri Helme, learning the art of making mini coil pinch pots. After creating your pot, leave it to be fired in a traditional brush fire and picked up at another time, or bring home your unfired pot.
Nothing prepares you for the oncoming cold weather like 17th-century comfort food! Join Plimoth Plantation’s colonial foodways historian Kathleen Wall for this hands-on workshop making and tasting sops- a hearty 17th-century bread recipe. Roll up your sleeves and work over an open fire, while mixing various toppings to create a delicious treat! By the end of the night, you will be sure to find the perfect recipe for your next family gathering. Price includes supplies and food, cash bar available.
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For more information about our programs, please call Public Programs Manager, Christina Coleman at (508) 746-1622 ext. 8107 or email email@example.com.