I spent most of the day visiting Plimoth Plantation. I have been there many times and it has always been a good experience, but this time I was very impressed. The museum is making a real effort to present a more balanced and honest picture of the relationship between the Native People and the colonists. Now, in addition to the 1627 English village the museum also features a Wampanoag homesite. Native People staff this exhibit. They share aspects of Wampanoag culture, language, tradition and family life and describe the arrival of the English from their point of view.
Both the Native People and the interpreters in the English village were great with the kids visiting the museum, successfully engaging children as young as four and capturing the interest of teens.
Visit http://www.plimoth.org/ to learn more about Plimoth Plantation.
Also, I recommend Mayflower: A Story of Courage, Community, and War by Nathaniel Philbrick if you want to learn more about the period.