This project supports public understanding of the multiple dimensions of the Mayflower landing in 1620 through an outdoor exhibit at Pilgrim Heights, Truro. The exhibit features the voyage of the Mayflower in November of 1620, the “discovery” expeditions the Pilgrims made while here, and interactions with the First People.
The exhibit helps to facilitate public connection with the broader story of this pivotal event beyond what is commonly shared, thereby presenting multiple perspectives. Hear from Sue Moynihan, CCNS as she describes the significance of the Mayflower Compact on this video.
The exhibit is part of a package of several other new outdoor exhibits across the park that share elements of the Pilgrim story, as well as the culture of the First People.