Plymouth, New Hampshire
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From Boston: Quincy, Plymouth, and Mayflower II Day Trip

1. From Boston: Quincy, Plymouth, and Mayflower II Day Trip

Start with a pickup from downtown Boston in a comfortable, air-conditioned, latest model minibus. Travel 30 minutes south to the historic city of Quincy to visit the birthplaces of two former US Presidents, John Adams and his son, John Quincy Adams. Next, enjoy a scenic view of New England's coastline as you travel through Cohasset to the town of Scituate. Once in Scituate, you will have the opportunity to visit the Scituate Lighthouse and hear the amazing story of the "American Army of Two." Then, travel along the beautiful New England coastline towards Plymouth. Visit coastal towns, waterfront mansions, and a lighthouse. Once you arrive in "America's Hometown," visit Plymouth Rock. Benefit from admission to the Mayflower II and Plimoth Patuxet and learn about the site where New England was first established in 1620. Climb back on the bus for a relaxing return trip to Boston.

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What people are saying about Plymouth, New Hampshire

Kristin was a great guide, informative, funny and tailored the trip so some descendants of the Mayflower learned more about thei families. Made it more personal for all of us. Loved how she presented the Monument from our forefathers

Lovely trip, knowledgeable driver, and plenty of interesting stops while driving up the coast to Plymouth. Great way to spend a stress free day exploring the sites of Massachusetts!

This trip delivered even more than we expected. We enjoyed all the stops along the way to Plymouth. Our driver and guide Kristen was excellent This way a good way to visit Plymouth.

It was pouring rain the day we took the tour so it was varied to accommodate the weather. I’m sure it would be better in good weather.