Library Membership Program
Would you like to visit using the Library Membership Program?
In an effort to serve their communities, many public libraries participate in the Plimoth Plantation Library Membership Program. If you're a library patron, this means you can visit the Museum at a significantly reduced rate!
A Plimoth Plantation library pass from your local public library allows up to six people per day to visit our living history exhibits - the 17th Century English Village, Wampanoag Homesite, Plimoth Grist Mill and Mayflower Ship visit. Contact your local library to find out if they participate and learn how to reserve your pass.
Please note: Discounted entry does not apply to special ticketed programs, events or exhibits.
As with full price tickets, dollar amount of ticket purchase with the Library Pass can be applied to purchase of a membership within 30 days (with receipt).
Are you An interested Library?
The Museum's Library Membership Program is a great way to provide your patrons the opportunity to experience New England's premier living history Museum at a significant discount.
As a participant in the Library Membership Program, you may issue up to 200 one-time use vouchers that expire at the end of your annual membership. Membership runs from a full year from when you join/renew (Ex. March 2020-March 31, 2021). Each voucher allows admission for up to six people to all of our living history sites at $16 for adults and $10 for children. This price represents a substantial savings over our standard ticket prices. Vouchers can be used any day the Museum is open from mid-March to the Sunday after Thanksgiving.
The cost for one year of membership in our Library Pass Program is $500. We can accept payment from your library directly, or from generous individuals or organizations that wish to make this exciting benefit available to library patrons.
Please send your application with payment to:
P.O. Box 1620
Plymouth, MA 02362
For more information, please email the Membership Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (508) 746-1622, ext. 8223.