This beautiful tour travels down the the South Shore of Boston to the historic town of Plymouth where the Pilgrims landed in 1620. Some of the most beautiful coastal views in all of New England can be found in the towns of Hingham, Cohassett and Plymouth. Ideal for picture taking and enjoying the coastal scenery, this tour's destination is Plymouth approximately 40 miles south of Boston.
At your hotel
The tour guide will pick you up at your hotel
We will drive through the historic town of Quincy where both John Adams and John Hancock were born. Highlights include the home of of President John Adams, historic downtown Quincy and the first Dunkin' Donuts.
One of the prettiest towns in Massachusetts is Hingham. Sitting on the shore line with amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean this town has the oldest continuously used church in American and some of the most stunning coastal scenery in New England.
Two more amazing towns on the South Shore. Cohassett has amazing natural beauty and Scituate has a busy working harbor filled with history and an active commercial fishing fleet.
Plymouth is known as "America's Home Town." It was here in 1620 that the Pilgrims established the first permanent settlement in New England. Highlights include Plymouth Rock, the Mayflower II, Leyden Street and the shops of Plymouth's waterfront.
The tour will end at your hotel
At your hotel
Guide fee, Hotel pick-up, Transportation including tolls
Lunch, Museum Admissions, Tour Guide Gratuity
Please feel free to ask for any kind of arrangement.
This tour is part driving and part walking. Bring comfortable shoes and weather appropriate clothes.