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From Boston: Day Tour of Plymouth and Cape Cod3 Reviews
Walk the footsteps of America's history. Learn about the Pilgrims, from their first steps onto Plymouth Rock, to the settlement of Cape Cod, and quest for freedom.
Our Top Experiences and Tours in Boston:If youʻre booking your trip to Boston last minute, we have you covered. Below are some of the top tours and experiences!
- Learn about the perilous Atlantic journey on your tour of the Mayflower replica.
- Explore Cape Cod and its beautiful canal, boardwalks and beaches.
- See the actual furnishings and paintings of the Pilgrims.
- Walk Leiden Street, America's oldest.
- View the iconic Plymouth Rock Memorial.
DescriptionDeparting from your Boston in comfort, your guide will bring you over the Cape Cod Canal and into the quaint Village of Sandwich, oldest town on Cape (1639). Visit the Cape Cod Canal Museum and marvel at this immense feat of engineering. Then visit a commercial lobster pound, a big industry in Massachusetts. Hold a lobster weighing 5-10 pounds! Stop for a photo of the iconic Sandwich Boardwalk, stretching over a thousand feet, crossing salt marshes and creeks to the ocean. You will travel through the village to a working 1650s grist mill grinding maize into corn flour for hundreds of years. Perhaps you'll want to purchase a bag of corn meal to bring back home. Visit the Sandwich Glass Museum, displaying thousands of pieces of pressed and blown glass in memory of the the pressed glass factory that put Sandwich on the map back in the 1800s. Some of the glass is mixed with 'radium', giving it a unique glow and color. Heading back off Cape, your next destination is the Town of Plymouth, home of “Mainstreet USA'. Your guide will bring you to The Pilgrim Hall Museum, America's oldest museum. There you will see original artifacts and furnishings of the Pilgrims; including the bassinet of the first born in America, Peregrine White. Discover what it was like to brave crossing the Atlantic Ocean as you walk the Mayflower II, an exacting replica of the original 180-ton ship that sailed 3,300 to the New World. Take the picture of a lifetime posing next to Plymouth Rock, where brave souls like Mary Chilton disembarked, seeking to establish a tenuous foothold in search of religious freedom. Walk on Leiden Street, America's oldest to see the Church of the Pilgrimage. Gawk at the Forefathers Statue, tallest solid granite monument in the world. Then sit back and relax as your guide brings you back to Boston with memories of a lifetime. (Lunch time is set-aside at a local (inexpensive) restaurant in Sandwich or Plymouth.)
IncludesProfessional tour guide Fully narrated Hotel pickup and drop-off Reserved seat Entry tickets: Dexter Grist Mill, Sandwich Glass Museum, Pilgrim Hall Museum, Mayflower II
- A includes walking outside and at museums The tour may be canceled due to poor weather conditions or not meeting the minimum booking number