See, hear and feel Plymouth’s history in a new way. Explore “America’s Hometown” from a Native American’s perspective with Native Plymouth Tours. Our Native American guides take you to the most famous and intriguing sites in Plymouth, Massachusetts as well as the less well known. Learn about Native American history as you never have before.
The walking tours are approximately 1 ½ hours long and one mile in distance. The adventure begins at Plymouth Rock in downtown Plymouth, MA and includes several stops. We hope to see you there!
The tour visits:
- Coles Hill
- UAINE (United American Indians of New England) Plaque
- Brewster Gardens
- Grist Mill
- Massasoit statue
- Watson’s Hill
- Hobbamock Homesite
- Namasket Trail (or “Pilgrim’s Path”)
- Burial Hill
- King Phillip’s War Plaque
- Leyden Street
- History of the original Thanksgiving
- Tours are approximately 90 minutes long and one mile in distance.
- Comfortable shoes should be worn as there are a couple of hills to climb.
- Children must be accompanied by an adult.
- Tours are scheduled to be fun, casual and enlightening.
- Feel free to ask our guide questions along the way.
Group rates available! Just ask!
Children: $10.00 (5 years – 18 years old) Under 5 years FREE (Children must be accompanied by an adult)
Seniors: $12.00 (60 years and up)
By reservation only. Please call us at 774-454-7792.
- Walk up Tours Friday and Saturday only at 5:30pm. (No Reservation Needed)
- Sunday through Thursday (Reservations Required) Please call
- Tours depart from Plymouth rock. Look for our sign.
WHERE TO MEET
Meet your guide at the Plymouth Rock Monument on Water Street at Plymouth Harbor, 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.