Guided Plymouth Walking Tour: Explore History and Enjoy a Scavenger Hunt

  • From South Station
  • Activity Level: Moderate
  • Activity Duration: Approx.4 hours

A Unique Plymouth, MA, History Tour and Scavenger Hunt

Discover historic downtown Plymouth like a local with our expert guide, Vicki. Your journey begins on North Street in Downtown Plymouth, MA, with a 1-hour guided walking tour. Learn about Plymouth’s compelling history and its regional significance.

After the Plymouth history tour, embark on a perfectly curated Plymouth scavenger hunt through the town, complete with fun and tasty surprises along the way! The scavenger hunt takes approximately 1.5 hours. Afterwards, enjoy free time with a snack at a local pub using a special secret discount code exclusive to our group.

Experience a unique Plymouth walking tour and uncover the town’s charm and history through our engaging scavenger hunt!

What’s Included

  • Commuter Rail Ticket
  • Transportation to/from the Station
  • Vicki Your Local Guide
  • Scavenger Hunt Via an App

What to Bring

  • Water
  • Snacks
  • Sunscreen

Highlights of Our Guided Plymouth Walking Tour

Plymouth Rock

Begin by visiting the iconic Plymouth Rock, a symbol of the Pilgrims’
arrival in 1620.

Governor Bradford Statue

Pay homage to Governor William Bradford with a visit to his
statue, celebrating a key figure in Plymouth’s history.

Leyden Street

Follow the path of the Pilgrims as you walk up Leyden Street, leading
you to the heart of the town.

Town Square (Original Plimouth Plantation Site)

Immerse yourself in history at Town Square, the very spot where Plimouth Plantation once stood.

School Street

Meander down Schools Street, skirting the edge of Burial Hill. Along
the way, you’ll learn about Plymouth’s contributions to the Revolutionary War
and delve into the events of King Philip’s War.

S. Russell Street

Continue your exploration by heading down S. Russell Street and
stop at Court Street. Here, you’ll discover the historical significance of the
top of North Street, where General Warren once resided.

Getting to Plymouth

The day of your event head to South Station and board the 12:20p Kingston Line Train. Enjoy the ride until the last stop, Kingston (approx. 50 minutes). Upon exiting the train, a sprinter van will meet you in the parking lot, they will be holding a Keolis massAdventures sign. From there you will be transported to downtown Plymouth to begin your historic walking tour adventure!


Our bus will pick you up at 5:00pm and transport you back to the Kingston Train Station, you will board the 5:30pm train back to Boston.

We will also send these details along via email with more information on how to navigate getting to/from South Station upon booking.

*Note* your train tickets will be emailed to you 48 hours prior to departure. These tickets are valid all weekend and allows you to ride any commuter rail line train.

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