The Official Plymouth 400th Anniversary Tour

The Official Plymouth 400th Anniversary Tour

The Official Plymouth 400th Anniversary Tour

Boston, Plymouth, Cape Cod


The Plymouth 400 Anniversary will highlight the cultural contributions and American traditions that began with the interaction of the Wampanoag and English peoples, a story that significantly shaped the building of America


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Day One

Arrive in Boston with a visit to the New England Historic Genealogical Society for a special presentation on the First Families. It's the oldest and largest genealogical society in the United States. Then travel to Duxbury, for a visit to the Alden family house museum. John Alden and Priscilla Mullins were passengers on the Mayflower. Continue to Plymouth and check into your hotel.


Day Two

The historic walking tour of Plymouth begins at the Jenny House and continues through Brewster Gardens to the waterfront and to Plymouth Rock. It continues to Leyden Street where the Pilgrims built their first houses. Have lunch on your own at the waterfront. Then visit the Mayflower II, a detailed reproduction of the ship that the English colonists sailed to Plymouth. Learn about the Mayflower Compact and get your own personal copy. Visit Plimoth Plantation which re-creates actual lifetime of the Pilgrims along with those of the Wampanoag Indians on whose land they settled. Enjoy a tribal feast this evening.

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Day Three

Travel back to the harbor this morning and board your boat to Provincetown. Your motorcoach will meet you there. See the Pilgrims' First Landing Park. Visit the Mayflower Compact Monument as well as the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum. Free time for lunch and shopping and then board the coach for the journey back down the Cape passing Corn Hill where the Pilgrims discovered the Pamet Indian's winter store of corn and to First Encounter Beach where the "First Encounter" happened between the group of Pilgrims, led by Myles Standish and the Nauset Tribe of the Wampanoags. On December 8, 1620 the two groups met along the beach here. You'll also make a visit to the Cove Burying Ground where Constance Hopkins Snow, Joseph Rogers and Giles Hopkins, all Mayflower Pilgrims are buried. Return to Plymouth for another fine dinner.

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Day Four

For over ten thousand years the Wampanoag have inhabited the island of Noepe, now called Martha's Vineyard. When the first Europeans dropped anchor in 1602 - just before the Pilgrims - they numbered three thousand or more. To this day they still occupy the aboriginal land of Aquinnah. Take a ferry to the Island and enjoy a guided tour lead by a Wampanoag Guide. Return to the mainland for a Farewell Lobster Feast.

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Day Five

After breakfast, check out and return home.


C=Contintental Breakfast, D=Dinner

Package Includes:

Deluxe Motorcoach Transportation, four nights hotel accommodations at the Hampton Inn in Plymouth, MA, daily deluxe continental breakfast, four dinners including a tribal feast and lobster dinner, NE Historic Genealogical Society talk on First Families, Guided historic tour of Plymouth, Admissions to the Alden Family House Museum, Mayflower II with Mayflower Compact Presentation, Plimoth Plantation, and Provincetown Museum and Pilgrim Monument.  Cruise to Provincetown, Guided tour of Provincetown, drive past Corn Hill, see First Encounter Beach and visit the cove Burying Ground, and Round trip ferry to Marth’a Vineyard, with Na-tive American Guide 

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details Times
Douglassville Douglassville - Klein School Bus Lot
1339 Ben Franklin Highway West - Douglassville, PA
KOP King of Prussia - Park & Ride
172 King of Prussia Road - King of Prussia, PA
Wyomissing Wyomissing- JoAnn Fabrics/Old Navy Parking Lot
1065 Woodland Road, Reading, PA 19610
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