• The Pilgrim Path to America

  • Commemorate the 400th Anniversary of the Landing of the Mayflower!
    Five Day-Four Night Packages offered
    (Additional nights may be added for travel to and from Boston)
    Sunday, May 31 – Wednesday, June 3, 2020
    Sunday, June 7 - Wednesday, June 10, 2020
    Sunday, Oct 4 – Wednesday, Oct 7, 2020 Only one slot left
    Monday, Oct 12 – Thursday, Oct 15, 2020 Sold out

  • This once in a lifetime outing is designed to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the landing of the Mayflower and the establishment of the first English colony in Massachusetts in 1620. This trip originates in Boston, a city of living history like no other, and continues to historic Plymouth and Provincetown. Along the way you will meet Pilgrims, Puritans, Patriots and Wampanoag tribe members. Explore American history, culture and traditions, as you never have before!

  • Boston

    Arrive in Boston where your Pilgrim Path to America tour will begin. Meet a local guide and embark on an in-depth historical tour regarding the Puritans’ settlement that founded Boston.

  • Massachusetts Area Hotels

    Stay at the John Carver Inn and Spa (pictured) or the Daniel Webster Inn (or similar). All hotels located in the heart of historic Plymouth and boasts Colonial charm and hospitality combined with contemporary comforts and conveniences.  Welcome Reception and dinner of fabulous New England fare included.

  • John Alden House Museum

    John Alden arrived in Plymouth in 1620 aboard the Mayflower.  Although not a Pilgrim himself, he was an important figure throughout the period of the Plymouth Colony.  Your visit includes a guided tour of this historical landmark.

  • Meet Leo Martin

    Meet Leo Martin, author, historian and storyteller, for an eyeopening walking tour of Plymouth. At the end of the tour, everyone will receive a signed copy of Leo’s book, Pilgrim Pursuit of Happiness.

  • Plymouth Harbor Tour
    Tour the Mayflower II

    Board a vessel for a fascinating, fully narrated tour of Plymouth Harbor. After you disembark, have lunch on your own at a harbor-side restaurant in Plymouth. Tour the Mayflower II, a replica of the original merchant ship that brought 102 passengers on a harrowing voyage across the Atlantic in the fall of 1620.

  • Plimoth Plantation

    Humphrey Bogart, longtime friend of Louis Bromfield, picked Malabar for the site of his wedding to actress Lauren Bacall. A guided tour of his home and the famous Hollywood couple’s wedding & honeymoon rooms can been seen as well as the very same piano used for the ceremony are on display!

  • Wampanoag Homesite

    Step into the Wampanoag Homesite on the banks of the Eel River and see how they lived in the seventeenth century. People here, are not role players: They’re all Native People who speak from a modern perspective about their history and culture.  Stay “after hours” at Plimoth Plantation for a special dinner where you will enjoy a traditional Wampanoag Social Feast. 

  • AD Makepeace Cranberry Bog

    Travel into cranberry country for a captivating tour at AD Makepeace Cranberry Bogs. Learn about the fascinating growing, harvesting and production process of this emblematic New England food.

  • The Heritage Museums and Gardens

    Embark on a self-guided tour of the largest public garden in Southern New England. Located on 100 acres on the banks of the Shawme Pond. The Heritage is famous for being the North American Hydrangea Test Garden (for groups visiting May, June & early October).

  • Green Briar Nature Center and Jam Kitchen

    The Green Briar Nature Center and Museum located in Cape Cod – is a sanctuary of peace and beauty.  The Green Briar, also the home of the Green Briar Jam Kitchen, began in 1903. Included is a tour of this “living museum” where you will witness the cooking process (for groups visiting mid-October). 

  • Sandwich Glass Museum

    Tour the exhibits, watch glassblowers turn and twist hot glass into wonderful forms and shapes. Join a museum docent and set out on a walking tour of the “Town that Glass Built.”

  • Dan’l Webster Inn

    Explore the renowned Dan’l Webster Inn. The Inn is proudly recognized as a Distinguished Restaurant of North America, placing it in the top 1% of restaurants in the country. Enjoy a savory buffet dinner followed by a unique Cabaret performance.

  • Cape Cod

    Your first stop offers a captivating introduction to Cape Cod’s natural history. This special tour led by an amazing team of naturalists will provide you with a learning experience unique to the Cape.  Follow them on a walk through the salt marsh ecosystems and along seashores. 

  • Pilgrim Monument

    This 252- foot high granite tower overlooking the harbor was built to commemorate the Pilgrims’ first landing here in November of 1620. If you walk the 116 steps and 60 ramps to the top, you will be rewarded with the most spectacular view on Cape Cod.

  • Provincetown Museum

    A charming, old-fashioned history museum who’s exhibits highlight the arrival of the Pilgrims, it’s rich maritime history and the contributions of Provincetown to American theater.

  • Cape Cod National Seashore

    Climb into fourwheel drive SUV’s and head out on an adventurous tour of the majestic dunes. You will see “dune shacks” where famous artists and writers like Eugene O’Neill and Harry Kemp became inspired to create their art.

  • Farewell Dinner

    Farewell Dinner at a spectacular venue near the Swan River. Dinner features a traditional New England Clam Bake complete with steamah’s, chowdah and fresh, steamed lobstah’. There’s even selections for the landlubbers in your group. After dinner, “sounds of the 50’s and 60’s” performed by local resident, Don Who.

  • The Plymouth 400 and Provincetown 400 Committees, a number of sites and attractions, including Plimoth Plantation, are in the midst of planning special events and exhibitions for 2020. As more information becomes available, we may be able to offer additional opportunities for your group. The tour is fully customizable according to your interests and needs.

    Due to over whelming response to this once in a life-time event
    we suggest making your reservations EARLY to reserve space for your group.