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Plymouth 400

Thursday, June 18th

Image of Plymouth 400 MayflowerJoin Prime Time™ on Thursday, June 18th as we celebrate the 400th anniversary of the 1620 Mayflower voyage and the founding of Plymouth Colony.

The Voyage that made a nation. Our first stop is a visit to the Mayflower II – a fully restored replica of the original ship that carried 102 English settlers, known as the Pilgrims to the New World. Learn about the Mayflower’s tumultuous trans-Atlantic crossing as she transported the Pilgrims seeking religious freedoms to the shores of Cape Cod.

Conversations with a Pilgrim. Following our self-guided tour of the Mayflower II, we’ll meet our local guide for a walking tour of Plymouth’s historic waterfront. Hear about the challenges the Pilgrims faced and learn about the sacrifices they made. Next, we’ll re-board the bus and continue our tour of Plymouth at the National Monument to the Forefathers and Burial Hill.

Welcome to the 17th Century. Next, we’re off to Plimouth Plantation – a living re-creation of the 17th-century English village of Plymouth Colony. We’ll begin our visit with a traditional Thanksgiving buffet complete with roasted native turkey, cornbread stuffing and Cape Cod cranberry sauce. Following dessert, there’s time to explore Plimouth Plantation for a fascinating look at the lives of the Pilgrims and the Native Wampanoag People that resided in Plymouth Colony four hundred years ago. Imagine you have traveled back in time and can hear directly from the Pilgrims about the Colony’s difficult beginnings or simply rest on a bench and enjoy the unique atmosphere of 17th-century Plymouth Colony.

Trip cost is only $105 for Prime Time members and $115 for your guest. Price includes:

Space is limited and reservations are accepted on a first come first served basis. Questions? Call Sharon Patton today at 508-828-5305 or send an email to: sharon.patton@bcsbmail.com

TO MAKE A RESERVATION:

To reserve online, simply click here then complete the reservation form and submit.  (Payments should be received no later than 5 days after reservation has been confirmed).

Convenient departures from Attleboro, Franklin, New Bedford and Taunton. (a minimum of 10 people is required for location pick-up).

In the event that it becomes necessary to cancel your reservation we will make every effort to grant a full refund provided notification is received at least 21 days prior to the event. In some situations, certain non-refundable charges may be deducted from the amount of the refund.