Plymouth Walking Tour
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This attraction is seasonal and may be closed during your visit. Please verify when this attraction is open on the attraction page.

Picturesque Plymouth, MA is full of intriguing history that shaped the very beginnings of our country. Choose from one of the following walking tours to learn more about this region.


Discover Plymouth’s History: Take a step back in time as our guide, dressed in period clothing, takes you along the same paths our forefathers walked hundreds of years ago. Learn about the people, places and events that shaped the beginning of our country as you walk through the historic district of Plymouth.


Forefather’s Monument: Standing 81 feet tall and located on a hill in historic Plymouth, this hidden gem is the largest free standing solid granite monument in the country. Come learn what each of the five statues represents and hear the history of the Pilgrims all in one spot! On your tour you will see the sight of the first meetinghouse that was built in 1621 and the sights of some of the homes of the first Pilgrims. You will walk by the first burial site of the Pilgrims and walk up First Street to the sight of the first church built in Plymouth. These are only a sample of the history you will experience while on the tour. Of course a large part of the tour experience will be hearing the humorous and entertaining historical perspective of our costumed miller.


Business Not as Usual / Pilgrim EconomicsTour: Hear the stories of struggle and survival that set the cornerstones of our country. Learn how the Pilgrims economic principles instituted free trade, industry, and capitalism.


No matter which you choose, you tour begins at the Jenney Museum and travels along Town Brook to Brewster Gardens. Stops include Plymouth Rock and all the monuments on the waterfront. You will see the site of the first meetinghouse that was built in 1621 and the sites of some of the homes of the first Pilgrims. Along the way you will see the sarcophagus, the site where the Pilgrims bones are buried and walk up First Street to the site of the first church built in Plymouth. These are only a sample of the history you will experience while on the tour. Of course a large part of the tour experience will be hearing the humorous and entertaining historical perspective of our costumed guide.

Hours

April 1-November 30:
Museum is open Monday-Saturday: 9:00am-5:00pm

Discover Plymouth's History tours generally run at 9:30am and 1:30pm

Forefather's Monument tours generally run at 11:00am and 3:00pm

Business Not As Usual/Pilgrim Economics tour times fluctuate.

Additional tour times may be added as needed. Call (508) 747-4544 in advance to inquire about availability.

Closings

Sundays
Thanksgiving Day
December through March
All holiday hours are subject to change without notice