I have always wanted to see this place and stopped there on my own on an extra day of vacation before meeting up with some of my family. I was very glad I did. The prices that they charge are a little high, but I used my AAA card and got a small discount. As a social studies teacher, I could really see bringing my students to this living history museum. Sure, like any historical site where people dress in period costume, there are small historical inaccuracies. However, I could see how my students would leave with a more emotional connection to the people of Plimoth and a sense of how raw and difficult their lives were. I found myself personally amazed on the replica of the Mayflower as I imagined how so many people lived in such small space for so long. It made me really think and feel more of a connection to the Pilgrims. Kudos to the Native Americans who work in the "Indian Village." It was a great decision to allow them to not use 17th century English so that they could reference the history of their people. That history is usually forgotten by many Americans (many of whom assume that they just died out or moved out).
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