Plimoth Plantation Launches
New Website: www.plimoth.org
New Site Provides Improved Navigation, Expanded Interaction and Online Fundraising Features, Dedicated Social Media, Streamlined Searching & Calendaring, and Rich Content from Staff Members Across the Museum. Plimoth Plantationís old website is history! The famed living history Museum, announced today the launch of a dramatically redesigned and enhanced website, www.plimoth.org. Developed by Genuine Interactive, a Boston based interactive agency, the innovative new site was produced with the needs of Plimoth Plantationís expanding audience of online guests in mind. It features a fresh new look, user-friendly architecture and a clean design reflecting Plimoth Plantationís brand. The interactive experience and evocative sights of Plimoth Plantation are captured throughout the new website, which is a natural extension of the Museum.
In addition to a beautiful new home page featuring striking video of the Museum experience, some of the new enhanced, functionality the Museumís online guests will find, includes:
∑ The Interactive Donation Module
∑ Stay ConnectedóThis new section of the website was specifically designed to help visitors become a part of the Plimoth Plantation community.
∑ The Multi-Faceted Calendar FeatureóProviding vastly improved functionality for Plimoth Plantationís online guests, the new online calendar allows visitors to view the calendar in several formats
∑ Website Translation--16 languages with one simple click.
∑ Expanded ContentóPlimoth Plantationís new website features expanded content not available on the old site.
∑ Retained Popular interactive Content
∑ New Underlying Technology
∑ Search Engine Optimization and Improved Content Management
About Plimoth Plantation
Plimoth Plantation is a 501 (c)3 charitable organization and a 17th-century living history museum dedicated to telling the history of Plymouth Colony from the perspective of both the Colonial English Pilgrims and the Native Wampanoag people. Located less than an hourís drive south of Boston in Plymouth, Massachusetts, (Exit 4, Route 3 south) and 15 minutes north of Cape Cod. The Museum is open daily from 9 am to 5 pm, 7 days a week, from the third Saturday in March through the end of November 2011. Plimoth Plantation is a private, non-profit educational institution supported by admission fees, contributions, memberships, function sales and revenue from a variety of dining programs/services/special events and Museum Shops. Plimoth Plantation is a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate and receives support from the Massachusetts Cultural Council, The Federal Institute of Museums and Library Services, The Massachusetts Endowment for the Humanities, private foundations, corporations, and local businesses. For more information visit the new:
508-746-1622, ext: 8206
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