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Plimoth Plantation Tour by Bus from Boston

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Explore another world in another time by taking a journey south from Boston to historic Plimoth Plantation where you will become part of the Pilgrims' 17th century world.

In this living museum, accompany Pilgrims as they go about their daily tasks - talk with them, ask about their lives and what it was like to come to this foreign place to build their future. Visit the home of Hobbamock, the Pokanoket Wampanoag Indian who lived next to the plantation and provided guidance and counsel to the pilgrims.

Highlights include the 17th-Century English Village, Wampanoag Homesite, artisan Craft Center and Nye Barn, along with a cafe and three retail stores.

Time is provided to explore on your own at the waterfront area. You will also have the opportunity to view the Plymouth Rock, Brewster Gardens, Mayflower II (admission included) or climb Cole's Hill.

Plimoth Plantation Tour by Bus from Boston Details

Length: 7 hours

Time:

9:30 am on Monday, Wednesday & Friday (Early June to Late October)

Summary:

Pick-up is available from selected Boston hotels, or you can meet the tour at its departure point in downtown Boston (details on E-Ticket). Please order online or call to order or for more information.

There is a $6.95 USD processing fee per order. This is a flat fee regardless of the number of tickets or tours purchased on an order. There is a service charge per ticket. This charge will be reflected on your summary before you checkout. The total shown includes any and all taxes, fuel surcharges, and service fees. There are no additional charges, unless otherwise specified.

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There are no refunds. All sales are final.

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If changes are allowed on a tour or activity, a $20.00 per reservation change fee will be applied for any change to a reservation. Please note that some tours and activities do not allow any changes. Date changes can only be made only if we can confirm availability on the new date. While we cannot guarantee any changes can be made, all change requests must be submitted a minimum of 24 hours prior to the tour departure and must be handled on an individual basis through our Reservations Center.

Plimoth Plantation Tour by Bus from Boston Description

Tour price includes admission to Plimoth Plantation (approximately 2.5 hours there) and to Mayflower II.

No other attraction admissions are included.

Free time is provided for lunch on your own (lunch is not included in tour price).

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to know to have the best possible visit to Plimoth Plantation?
You will get the most out of your visit by asking questions of the staff. If you are feeling shy, listen in on conversations between other guests and staff. Your active participation will really shape your experience.

How will I know where to go once I arrive?
When you exchange your voucher for your admission ticket at Plimoth Plantation, you will receive a self-guided tour map. Your self-guided tour begins in the Visitor Center with a brief orientation program. At Mayflower II, you will receive a site map. Your tour is self-guided as you interact with our knowledgeable staff. At the grist mill, you will receive a guided tour. At all three locations, staff members are available to answer your questions or suggest alternate routes suitable to your needs and interests.

How much walking will I have to do?
Visiting the Wampanoag Homesite, the 17th-Century English Village, the Crafts Center, and the Nye Barn requires about a half a mile of walking over uneven terrain. At Mayflower II, you will be walking on decks that can be slippery in wet weather, and climbing steep stairways and gangways. Accessing all areas of the grist mill requires walking up and down stairs, as well as the exterior of the mill. Guests should wear comfortable shoes, drink lots of water and protect themselves from the sun.

How difficult is it to get around?
Some visitors will find certain sites difficult to access. Many of the pathways in and around the 17th-Century English Village and the Wampanoag Homesite are steep or unpaved. Site maps highlighting the most accessible routes are available by request on-site. Mayflower II is not accessible to wheelchairs. Some areas of the mill are not accessible by wheelchairs.

Are there places to sit throughout Plimoth Plantation?
Yes. There are benches on the walkways outside the Visitor Center. You may also sit and rest on the chairs and benches in the 17th-Century English Village. At the Wampanoag Homesite, there are comfortable seating areas inside the traditional Wampanoag houses. Mayflower II has places to sit, both onboard and within the dockside exhibit area. The grist mill also provides some areas where seating is available.

What should I wear during my visit?
Coastal New England weather is highly changeable. It is a good idea to bring water, sunscreen, and a brimmed hat for hot and sunny days. For cold or wet days, bring rain jackets, an extra sweatshirt, umbrellas and comfortable waterproof shoes.

Where can I buy food?
A unique selection of food is available for purchase at the Patuxet Café in the Plimoth Plantation Visitor Center. Seating is available both indoors and outdoors. In the summer, pushcarts offering snacks and drinks are located outside the Craft Center. There are a variety of restaurants, including fast food options, within walking distance of Mayflower II.

May I buy 17th-century food?
You will find a taste of 17th-century foods at the Patuxet Café.

May I visit the museum dressed as a "Pilgrim" or an "Indian?"
Guests in costume cause confusion for other visitors who may not be able to distinguish the costumed guest from the interpretive staff. Therefore, the Plantation asks that you do not wear costumes while visiting. Also, many Native People consider it a sign of disrespect that those not of their Native communities and nations wear traditional indigenous dress.

Are Mayflower II, Plimoth Plantation and the grist mill within walking distance of one another?
No. It is not advisable for guests to attempt walking between the sites, as the distance between each location is several miles. It’s best to make the short drives by car or use public transportation. Parking is available at or near each location.

Are all the staff I meet going to be role playing?
No, you’ll encounter a variety of different interpretation styles as you move from site to site. Here's some of what you can expect:

At the Wampanoag Homesite: Native People in traditional clothing who speak from a modern perspective (not role players)
At the Craft Center: modern-day artisans discussing and demonstrating a variety of 17th-century technologies (not role players)
At the 17th-Century English Village: Role players portraying English colonists in 1627
At Mayflower II: Modern-day staff (including maritime artisans) speaking about the ship and role players portraying the people who traveled on the original ship.

May I take pictures or videotape?
Yes. Feel free to take photographs or use video cameras for your personal use. However, commercial use of photographs or videotape is prohibited without advance permission.

Are cellphones allowed at Plimoth Plantation?
Yes. And you are welcome to take photos and videos and share them your friends on your favorite social media sites.

Are there gift shops at Plimoth Plantation?
Yes. In the Visitor Center you will find the main Museum Shop, Native American Museum Shop and Children's Shop. There are also shops at the Craft Center, adjacent to Mayflower II and at the Plimoth Grist Mill. These shops present a range of unique items ranging from 17th-century reproductions to books, children's toys, souvenirs, gourmet food, jewelry, apparel and gifts. Shopping in these facilities helps to support the Museum’s mission. Proceeds from sales help fund educational programs and museum exhibits.

Pick-up is available from selected Boston hotels, or you can meet the tour at its departure point in downtown Boston (details on E-Ticket). Please order online or call to order or for more information.

Customer Ratings & Reviews

5.0 / 5
I really enjoyed the bus tour. The guide was very knowledgeable and gave us time to tour and have lunch
5.0 / 5
definitely recommend.
 
 
 
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