Mayflower 400: Legend & Legacy/The Box/290920

Tavistock Place, Plymouth, PL4 8AX
Telephone
01752 304774

Event details

Tuesday, 29 September 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Wednesday, 30 September 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Thursday, 01 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Friday, 02 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Saturday, 03 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Sunday, 04 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Tuesday, 06 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Wednesday, 07 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Thursday, 08 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Friday, 09 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00

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  • Exhibition
Tuesday, 29 September
Mayflower 400: Legend & Legacy
Our exhibition has been created in partnership with the Wampanoag Advisory Committee to Plymouth 400 in Massachusetts, and with the help of over 100 museums, libraries and archives across the UK, US and The Netherlands. Using objects, images and ideas to explore early English attempts to colonise America, the exhibition also acknowledges conflict with Native America and the impact of colonisation on the indigenous population, as well as examining the context the sailing of the Mayflower in 1620, detailing the lives of the passengers, and considering the cultural, demographic and personal legacies of the story.

Event details

Tuesday, 29 September 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Wednesday, 30 September 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Thursday, 01 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Friday, 02 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Saturday, 03 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Sunday, 04 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Tuesday, 06 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Wednesday, 07 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Thursday, 08 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00
Friday, 09 October 2020
Doors open 9:00am, Exhibition begins 10:00am, doors close 5:00pm, Adult (on the door) £5.00, Student/child (on the door) £0.00

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