CREATE A LEGACY FOR YOURSELF AND MARK THIS HISTORIC MOMENT FOR GENERATIONS TO COME
Be the first to join us on this important journey. Donors to this campaign will be recognized as Plymouth 400 Luminaries - a group of individual donors who will be acknowledged as the first to sign on to this special opportunity and be forever associated with this important, once-in-a-lifetime anniversary. Proceeds from the Luminary Campaign support plans and Signature Events for the Plymouth 400 commemoration, as well as long-lasting, interpretive legacy projects to share the Pilgrim and Wampanoag story with future generations.
BE A PART OF THE LEGACY
For more information and to make a tax-deductible donation, please visit Plymouth400inc.org/make-donation. Plymouth 400 is seeking 400 donors at $400 each by December 31, 2018. These donors will become the group of Luminaries that will support the following programs and initiatives.
As currently planned, Quadricentennial Park will enable visitors to enjoy an elevated view of Plymouth Harbor, the Plymouth Rock monument, and the historic Plymouth waterfront. In partnership with Pilgrim Hall Museum, the park will feature design artifacts, interpretive signs, and panels that will provide information for visitors.
PLYMOUTH 400 LEGACY TRAIL
The Legacy Trail is a collaboration between Plymouth 400 and the following seven institutions and historic sites:
- Provincetown Monument & Museum
- Corn Hill
- First Encounter Beach
- The Aquinnah Cultural Center
- Pilgrim Hall Museum
- John and Priscilla Alden Family Sites
- New England Historic Genealogical Society
Spreading over 115 miles and joining together seven towns and four counties, this unique collaboration will use augmented reality technology at each site to create an essential connective framework that shapes visitors' understanding of the important history behind America's founding story.