Plimoth Plantation putting interpreters up for sale on eBay





Ever wonder what it would have been like to have attended the fall harvest feast of 1621? Now thanks to Plimoth Plantation, history is actually coming home for one lucky eBay auction winner this Thanksgiving! The famed non-for-profit, living history museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts, dedicated to the indigenous Wampanoag and the colonial English of 17th Century Plimoth Colony, is putting two of its world-renown interpreters up for auction, for 10 days on eBay, beginning TODAY, at 16:21 pm, (4:21 EST) from October 2-11! The prize…a Pilgrim and a Wampanoag go anywhere in the United States, in character, for Thanksgiving.

“Plymouth is where it all began. People come from all over the world to spend Thanksgiving with us at Plimoth Plantation, to learn more about the true history of America’s most beloved holiday and enjoy the spirit of the season,” said museum Executive Director, John McDonagh. “But not everyone can make the pilgrimage to Plymouth for the holidays… so we decided to produce a once in a lifetime opportunity to bring 1621 Plymouth anywhere in America.”



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