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Small museum, worth the trip. No admission fee (donation box). Local docent brought the museum to life. Besides the usual artifacts and maps, an authentic winter lodge is recreated out back. Set aside about an hour.
This museum is small. The displays are only part of the power. Our tour guide told us stories that were passed down from generation to generation as far back as when the Pilgrims landed in Plymouth. We heard how the Wampanog Indians remember the Pilgrims...More
After visiting Plymouth for several days and hearing conflicting accounts, I wanted another perspective and had read the tours here are excellent.
I could not find a person! The sign indicated to walk to the back of the house and I did so. I looked...More
This site might not look like much from the road, but it is full of Mashpee history! My husband and I decided to take an official tour of the site, and our guide was fantastic. She, herself, has Mashpee Wampanoag heritage and was very well...More
Visited the Mashpee Wampanoag Indian Museum and found it extremely interesting. The young woman giving the tour was very informative, but most importantly passionate about their history and lifestyle and how they trying to keep their culture alive today. There is an original structure on...More
This is a very small museuam that takes minimal time to visit, but if you like history it is worth the trip. They have an actual wigwam to go in and look around. There was an older Indian woman that gave the short tour and...More
Wonderful tour on a rainy afternoon. You can take a self guided tour or someone can guide you can tell you some great stories. We took a guided tour, and was really informed. She was super nice and show us around the small museum and...More
The new exhibits are really well done and are very informative. It was interesting to find our and read just how involved the Mashpee Wampanoag were involved within the whaling industry.
The Weet8 exhibit was very impressive, it is like going back in time. The...More