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Guided Excursion to Plimoth Plantation

by Gray Line Boston Duration 7h Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
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Immerse yourself in 17th-century sights and sounds at a living history museum that displays the lives of Pilgrims and Native Americans. Interact with them as they reenact their daily tasks. Learn about what it was like to literally build lives for themselves from the materials they had on hand.

During your drive from downtown Boston to Plimouth Plantation your professional guide explains the history of Plymouth and the arrival of the first Pilgrims on the Mayflower. Upon your arrival, you're immediately ensconced in the early farming and maritime community.

Actors speaking in Old English describe their daily life and how they accomplish tasks we take for granted. Watch how cooking and farming was done in the 17th century. You're encouraged to ask questions of the knowledgeable actors. Next to the colony, American Indians demonstrate how the Wampanoag's ancestors lived and how they interacted with the Pilgrims.

In the Craft Center at Plimouth Plantation, artisans demonstrate the 17th-century techniques that American Indians and English colonists used to make tools, pots, headdresses, clothes, and furniture. This experience is not to be missed.

Immerse yourself in 17th-century sights and sounds at a living history museum that displays the lives of Pilgrims and Native Americans. Interact with them as they reenact their daily tasks. Learn about what it was like to literally build lives for themselves from the materials they had on hand.

During your drive from downtown Boston to Plimouth Plantation your professional guide explains the history of Plymouth and the arrival of the first Pilgrims on the Mayflower. Upon your arrival, you're immediately ensconced in the early farming and maritime community.

Actors speaking in Old English describe their daily life and how they accomplish tasks we take for granted. Watch how cooking and farming was done in the 17th century. You're encouraged to ask questions of the knowledgeable actors. Next to the colony, American Indians demonstrate how the Wampanoag's ancestors lived and how they interacted with the Pilgrims.

In the Craft Center at Plimouth Plantation, artisans demonstrate the 17th-century techniques that American Indians and English colonists used to make tools, pots, headdresses, clothes, and furniture. This experience is not to be missed.

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Guided Excursion to Plimoth Plantation

Activity Location

Plimouth Plantation

37 Warren Ave

Plymouth 02360

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Gray Line Boston Ticket Office

    Transportation Building, Park Square 14 S. Charles Street

    Boston 02116


Highlights

  • Early farming & maritime life re-created by costumed actors

  • Immersive exhibitions with 17th-century artifacts

  • Hands-on demonstrations of tasks & techniques used in 1660s

  • Historical commentary from knowledgeable expert guide

  • Comfortable, hassle-free roundtrip transportation


Inclusions

  • Admission to Plimoth Plantation

  • Admission to Mayflower II

  • Roundtrip transportation via luxury motor coach

  • Live tour commentary in English


Exclusions

  • Meals, snacks, and beverages


Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 and younger are complimentary when accompanied by a paying adult and provided they do not occupy a seat.

  • There is a lot of walking; wear comfortable shoes. Bring strollers for young children.

  • Meals, snacks, and beverages are not included in the ticket price, but time is provided for lunch during the tour.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.


Guided Excursion to Plimoth Plantation ratings based on 1 Verified Review

Verified Reviews

5 out of 5

A verified traveler

United States

Jul 26, 2016

Plymouth Plantation is extraordinary and we were

very impressed. The bus tour was delightful and our driver went out of his way (literally off route) to make sure we saw everything we could see. Best part of the trip thus far.