Native Plymouth Tours Plymouth
Where are we going today?
Quick quiz kids - what year did the Pilgrims arrive on the Mayflower? If you answered 1620, then you are either very good at listening at school. or you have been on one of the tours offered by Native Plymouth Tours which fill you full of historical facts!
Over 90 minutes, the tours with Native Plymouth Tours give a fascinating insight into that iconic moment at Plymouth Rock - but from the point of view of Native Americans. Your Native American guide will take you and the family around some of the most famous and intriguing sites that you can find in the city, as well as some that aren't as well known.
It will give you a lesson on Native American history that you probably have never heard before - they're fascinating!
All of the tours are about a mile in distance. All of the tours begin at Plymouth Rock - very fitting, and include several stops - each one just as important as the last!
Don't worry kids, there's no quiz at the end! The tours are fun, enlightening and casual. Don't forget to ask questions kids. No question is too silly, and it's a great way to learn!
The great thing about Native American Tours, is that whilst your kids may have learn about the history of the Pilgrims in school, giving yours from the perspective from the Native Americans is a fresh and new way to look at history, and really gives kids something to think about. It's not always just what you read in one book - there are so many stories to every historical event!
Make sure you wear those comfortable shoes, because there are some hills to climb.
History is ready to come to life once more!
How much does it cost?
- Children$10 (Ages 5 to 18_
- Free Under: 5 years
When can we go?
Contact directly for tour times and bookings.
Tours happen in winter for 4 adults minimum.
The Native Plymouth Tours offers Native American history programs for students in grades K to 12. Fun! With an on-site classroom and field trip options, it's a great way to extend their education! .
Any Top Tips?
Take your walking shoes because you will need them - nice and comfortable!.
Doing our bit
The tours make sure that they stay true to history, and take you to some pretty cool sites!.
Need a little extra help?
If you do have mobility disabilities, just call them to discuss what assistance you will need, and what the access might be for you. .
They accept cash or credit card. Reservations are required. .
What people are saying?
It is ok. I truthfully had more fun looking off onto the ocean, walking the coastline, and eating at Isaac's Restaurant, but it makes for good pictures, and is a nice American history lesson.
by Luca Colosimo
Great historic site, 1620! Even though this attraction is just simply a rock, it contains great value. The pilgrims arrived here from the U.K. to settle the new land. Plymouth was colonized by the British when the pilgrims arrived from the U.K. The second settlement area of the British, after the Jamestown settlement, in southeastern Virginia. Usually is not extremely busy unless large events are going on. Summers can get busy and crowded, however! If you happen to be visiting Massachusetts, you must NOT miss this historical site, representing the...Read More
by Allyn Hane
Yeee hawww! 5 stars for the Pilgrims.
by Kaleigh Haworth
Really great historical marker, though not sure if there are any monuments. Helpful site!
by Kata Rina
One of those places, which are nothing really special but you had to go at least once. This is American History. Besides the Rock, you can visit the Mayflower and nearby Plimoth Plantation. We did not stay long that day since it was raining but a nice stroll at the waterfront would have been just nice.
by Luca Colosimo
Great historic site, 1620! Even though this attraction is just simply a rock, it contains great value. The pilgrims arrived here from the U.K. to settle the new land. Plymouth was colonized by the British when the pilgrims arrived from the U.K. The second settlement area of the British, after the Jamestown settlement, in southeastern Virginia. Usually is not extremely busy unless large events are going on. Summers can get busy and crowded, however! If you happen to be visiting Massachusetts, you must NOT miss this historical site, representing the arrival of the pilgrims, native to the United Kingdom. Plymouth Rock, is really the key when visiting Plymouth.