History Tours

Plimoth Plantation
137 Warren Avenue
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-746-1622

Plimoth Plantation

Located three miles south of Plymouth Center, Plimoth Plantation is a living history museum dedicated to telling the history of Plymouth Colony from the perspective of both the Pilgrims and the Native Wampanoag people. The museum is a Smithsonian Institution Affiliate that includes the Wampanoag Homesite, 17th-Century English Village, Craft Center, Plimoth Bread Company, Plimoth Grist Mill and Mayflower (under repair-due back in 2020), a full-scale reproduction of the original ship that sailed to Plymouth in 1620. The Plantation Visitor Center offers an indoor gallery exhibit, Cinema, and the Patuxet Café, serving delicious New England fare. Browse their award-winning museum shops for unique, historically-inspired items.  Read more about Plimoth Plantation

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Mayflower Meetinghouse & Burial Hill Plymouth MA
Mayflower Meetinghouse
19 Town Square
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-747-1606

Mayflower Meetinghouse Tours

Tour the Pilgrims' church - the birthplace of religious freedom in America. This will be one of the highlights of your visit to Plymouth! Built in true Arts and Crafts style, the Meetinghouse's beautiful stenciling and stained glass tell and preserve the Pilgrims' story and values. Conveniently located at the top of Leyden Street in Town Square and next to the 1749 Courthouse, this prominent brown stone church is a 5-minute walk to Plymouth Rock. We are pleased to offer tours of our historic Meetinghouse. Hours are Thursday-Sunday, 1-4pm. Read more about Mayflower Meetinghouse Tours

Dead of Night Ghost Tours
70 Water Street
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-866-5111

Dead of Night Ghost Tours

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Come push aside the cobwebs and join Dead of Night Ghost Tours on an exciting and truly unforgettable evening of ghosts and history on one of their four tour options - a Twilight Lantern Ghost Tour, a Combination Tour that grants access to two historic haunted houses, a Sunset Cemetery Tour, or an overnight paranormal investigation! Read more about Dead of Night Ghost Tours

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The Preservation Society of Newport County
424 Bellevue Avenue
Newport , RI
Phone: 401-847-1000

Newport Mansions

The Newport Mansions offer visitors a unique trip through America’s past. Audio tours at The Breakers, The Elms, Marble House & Rosecliff bring you the personal stories of the men and women who lived in these grand mansions and the household staff who cared for them.  Read more about Newport Mansions

Jenney Museum & Historic Plymouth Tours
48 Summer Street
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-747-4544
Fax: 508-747-4544

Jenney Museum Educational Tours & Programs

#1 Tour in Plymouth on Tripadvisor.com since 2011!
Historic Plymouth Tours
"Discover Plymouth's History - A Walking Tour"

Walk the historic district and hear stories of the sacrifices the Pilgrims made to give our country the freedom we so richly enjoy today. Hear about the challenges they faced and learn the truth about the part their faith in God played in their journey to America and in their daily life. Is Plymouth Rock REALLY the true landing place of the Pilgrims? Find out why we believe it is! Read more about Jenney Museum Educational Tours & Programs

Benjamin Nye Homestead & Museum
85 Old County Road
East Sandwich , MA
Phone: 508-888-4213

Benjamin Nye Homestead & Museum

 The Benjamin Nye Homestead & Museum serves two basic functions.  It is the administrative home of the Nye Family of America Association, Inc. Read more about Benjamin Nye Homestead & Museum

Plymouth Night Tour Ghost Tour
The Plymouth Night Tour Paranormal Tour Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-927-2146

The Plymouth Night Tour

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Explore America's oldest streets, alleyways, history, and haunts, on this 2 hour exploration of possible paranormal activity! Investigate with your guide on old Burial Hill, using the equipment you've seen on your favorite ghost hunting shows. (Cameras are welcome and greatly encouraged, as we never know what to expect!) Expertly researched, historically accurate, and always entertaining...
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Alden House Historic Site
105 Alden Street
Duxbury , MA
Phone: 781-934-9092

Alden House Historic Site

John Alden and Priscilla Mullins arrived in Plimoth Colony on the Mayflower in 1620 and were married about 1622. In 1627, they moved to land in Duxbury where they raised their 10 children. That land has never been out of the Alden family. Now designated a National Historic Landmark, the property welcomes visitors for tours of the c. 1680 Alden family home, archeological site, and grounds and offers hands-on programs that "bring history to life."  Read more about Alden House Historic Site

The Plimoth Grist Mill
6 Spring Lane
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-746-1622

The Plimoth Grist Mill

The Mill is a reconstruction of the original grist mill that once stood on the same site. In the 17th century, grist mills were very important because corn was the major crop for the early colonists. To be useful for baking, corn had to be ground into flour. Read more about The Plimoth Grist Mill

Spirit of Plymouth Walking Tours
126 Water Street
Plymouth , MA
Phone: 508-517-8355

Spirit of Plymouth Walking Tours

We offer walking tours of America's Hometown. With four hundred years of written history, we have plenty of fascinating stories to share with you. The Hometown Heroes tour is a 90 minute easy stroll around Downtown Plymouth. Along the way we talk about the early days of Plimouth Colony and discuss Plymouth's contributions to the Revolutionary War. Read more about Spirit of Plymouth Walking Tours