Join Plimoth Plantation for the 3rd Annual Light in the Darkness holiday stroll, and discover new worlds of holiday enchantment!
It's Christmas Eve 1622, and the families of Plymouth Colony are divided over how to celebrate the holiday season in New England. Some intend to keep their usual English festivities, while others contemplate other meanings for the season. Meanwhile, a troupe of Elizabethan actors rehearse a festive Mummer’s Play while the animals prepare a magical surprise!
Light in the Darkness is perfect for the whole family, or that special someone! It will be a joyful night to share with the ones you love.
$8 Members (Adults), $5 Members (Children 5-12)
$10 Non-Members (Adults), $8 Non-Members (Children 5-12)
Please note: Light in the Darkness covers approximately half a mile of mixed terrain and is performed in all weather conditions. Audience members walk or stand for the majority of the performance, so please wear appropriate footwear and seasonal outerwear.
What's the cancellation/refund policy?
If you need to cancel or reschedule your event program, please contact Sarah Dery at 508-746-1622, ext. 8359 as soon as possible, within the following time frames:
At least two weeks withdrawal event notice is required for a full refund.
Credit towards a future event for notice given 3-13 days before scheduled event date
No refund or credit will be received when given less than 72 hours notice for cancellation or reschedule.
We reserve the right to cancel an event (low enrollment, inclement weather, etc.) with at least 72-hour advance notification and you will receive a refund for your ticket price.
When can I arrive?
You are able to arrive any time during the timeframe listed for the event (Friday night 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. and Saturday night from 4:00 - 8:00 p.m.). We will sell our last tickets 45 minutes prior to our end time.
What activities are going on?
Your group will participate in 17 century games, holiday crafts, along with seeing a Mummer's Play, a Live Nativity Scene, Eastern Woodland ceremony, and visiting with a Pilgrim family on the Colonial Education Site. We recommend approximately one-hour to rotate through our Light in the Darkness program.
What ages is Light in the Darkness for?
We recommend all ages!