Plymouth Pilgrims Self-Guided Walking Audio Tour

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Plymouth, US
3.5 (17)
Plymouth, US
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Calling all history lovers and adventure seekers! Don't miss out on the Plymouth Pilgrims Self-Guided Walking Audio Tour. Step back in time to when the Pilgrims first landed in Plymouth - one of the earliest English settlements in North America. Immerse yourself in the rich history of this iconic coastal town as you explore famous sites like Plymouth Rock and an exact replica of the Mayflower. Discover the stories of the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag tribe who helped them, and gain a deeper understanding of life in the New World. With a total duration of 60 minutes, this tour is perfect for a leisurely stroll through the picturesque streets of Plymouth. Grab your headphones, download the Tour Guide App, and get ready for an unforgettable journey through time. Don't wait, book your Plymouth Pilgrims Self-Guided Walking Audio Tour now and experience history like never before.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 1 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • & Audio GuidedSelf Guided Experience
  • Visit the place where the Pilgrims landed!
  • Learn about the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag people
  • See famous artifacts like Plymouth Rock
  • Explore a picturesque coastal town
  • Dive deeper into American history
  • Engaging storytelling: uncover unique tales and thrilling history for a memorable journey!
  • Perfect narrator: nothing can beat listening to a great voice. proven with tons of rave reviews!
  • Offline maps: no signal, no problem! works perfectly without cellular or wifi.
  • Comprehensive route and stops: see it all, miss nothing, leave no stone unturned!
  • Go at your own pace: start anytime, pause anywhere, enjoy breaks for snacks and photos freely!
  • Learn more: dive deeper into any story you enjoyed with extra stories.
  • Hands-free: audio stories play on their own based on your location. easy to use!
  • Attraction passes, entry tickets, or reservations

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Discover the historic charm of Plymouth, the place where the Pilgrims landed and the early English settlers established one of the first colonies in North America. Immerse yourself in the captivating history of this coastal town as you explore its iconic landmarks and learn about the Pilgrims, their journey, and their interactions with the Wampanoag. From the legendary Plymouth Rock to an exact replica of the Mayflower, this self-guided walking audio tour provides an in-depth experience of Plymouth's rich heritage. Whether you're a history enthusiast or simply looking to wander through a picturesque town, Plymouth is an essential destination for any curious traveler.

What to expect?

Embark on a one-hour self-guided audio tour that covers the essential highlights of Plymouth. With the convenience of the Tour Guide App by Action, you'll receive audio instructions that guide you through each step of the journey. Explore significant sites such as the Mayflower II, a reproduction of the iconic ship that carried the Pilgrims to the New World. Delve into the stories of influential Plymouth families as you visit the Mayflower Society House and gain insight into their struggles and contribution to American history. Enjoy the serene beauty of Brewster Gardens, adorned with sculptures honoring Plymouth's immigrant settlers. From historic cemeteries to the Pilgrim Hall Museum, this tour offers a comprehensive experience that brings Plymouth's past to life.

Who is this for?

This self-guided audio tour is perfect for history enthusiasts, curious travelers, and anyone interested in the captivating tales of the Pilgrims and the early settlement of America. Whether you're a solo traveler, a couple, or a family, this tour accommodates all who seek to explore the historic town of Plymouth. No prior knowledge is necessary as the audio guide provides an engaging and informative narrative, making it accessible to people of all backgrounds and ages. Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Plymouth and gain a deeper understanding of the foundations upon which America was built.

Why book this?

This self-guided audio tour allows you to explore Plymouth at your own pace, immersing yourself in its rich history and iconic landmarks. With the Tour Guide App by Action, you have the freedom to start and pause the tour whenever you please, making it convenient for your schedule. The engaging audio commentary brings the history of Plymouth to life, providing a unique and educational experience. From discovering the stories of influential Plymouth families to setting foot on Plymouth Rock, you'll create lasting memories and gain a deeper appreciation for the Pilgrim's incredible journey. Don't miss the opportunity to delve into Plymouth's captivating past and gain a new perspective on America's early history.

Good to know

Before starting the tour, make sure to download the Tour Guide App by Action and check your email for further instructions and your unique password. It's essential to have a stable internet connection for a seamless experience. The tour has a total duration of 60 minutes, covering approximately 1 mile of walking. Please note that this does not include entrance tickets to attractions. Before your visit, check the opening hours of each site to plan your itinerary accordingly. The tour has lifetime validity, allowing you to schedule your visit to Plymouth whenever it suits you best. Immerse yourself in the captivating history of Plymouth and create unforgettable memories.


Travelers who have embarked on this self-guided audio tour have praised its immersive and informative nature. They appreciated the convenience of the Tour Guide App by Action, which made it easy to navigate through Plymouth's historic sites. Many reviewers found the audio commentary engaging and were impressed by the depth of historical knowledge it provided. Visitors were particularly drawn to the Mayflower II and the Mayflower Society House, where they learned about the influential families who shaped Plymouth's history. The tour allowed travelers to explore at their own pace, creating a personalized experience that catered to their interests. Those who embarked on this journey found themselves enthralled by the captivating stories of the Pilgrims and highly satisfied with their visit to Plymouth.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

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Your Itinerary

Plymouth Visitor Information Center

(Pass by)

The MA Visitor Information Center is a major stop for visitors traveling to and from Boston, Plymouth, Cape Cod, and throughout all of New England.

Mayflower II

(Pass by)

Mayflower II is a reproduction of the 17th-century ship Mayflower, celebrated for transporting the Pilgrims to the New World in 1620. The reproduction was built in Devon, England during 1955–1956, in a collaboration between Englishman Warwick Charlton and Plimoth Plantation, an American museum.

Mayflower Society House

(Pass by)

Across the street and up the hill from Plymouth Rock is the historic Mayflower Society House – an 18th century home originally built by Edward Winslow, great-grandson of the Pilgrim Edward Winslow. The story of the Society House extends across three centuries. Experience its rich history on a tour where you will learn about the many influential Plymouth families who lived here and preserved this home over the years. Hear fascinating stories about the struggles of the Winslow family – Loyalists during the Revolutionary era; stand where Ralph Waldo Emerson and Lydia Jackson exchanged vows; relive the great restoration in 1898 by famous New England architect Joseph Everett Chandler, and imagine the hive of activity this peaceful house would have been when it was used as a Red Cross headquarters during World War II.

Plymouth Rock

(Pass by)

Plymouth Rock is the traditional site of disembarkation of William Bradford and the Mayflower Pilgrims who founded the Plymouth Colony in December 1620.

Massasoit Statue

(Pass by)

Massasoit is a statue by the American sculptor Cyrus Edwin Dallin in Plymouth, Massachusetts. It was completed in 1921 to mark the three hundredth anniversary of the Pilgrims' landing. The sculpture is meant to represent the Pokanoket leader Massasoit welcoming the Pilgrims on the occasion of the first Thanksgiving.

Brewster Gardens

(Pass by)

The park up ahead and walks toward the center. This is Brewster Gardens, named for William Brewster, one of the original Mayflower passengers.

Pilgrim Maiden Statue

(Pass by)

Brewster Gardens is a bronze statue, The Pilgrim Maiden by Henry Hudson Kitson (1922), and a stainless steel sculpture honoring Plymouth’s immigrant settlers from 1700 to 2000. The Pilgrim Maiden is dedicated to the intrepid English women whose courage and devotion brought a new nation into being.

Old Burial Ground

(Pass by)

Burial Hill is a historic cemetery or burying ground on School Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Established in the 17th century, it is the burial site of several Pilgrims, the founding settlers of Plymouth Colony. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2013.

Richard Sparrow House Inc

(Pass by)

The Richard Sparrow House is a historic house at 42 Summer Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts, and the oldest surviving house in Plymouth. The house was built around 1640 by Richard Sparrow, an English surveyor who arrived in Plymouth in 1636.

Plimoth Grist Mill

(Pass by)

The Plimoth Grist Mill is a working grist mill located in Plymouth, Massachusetts. It is a reconstruction of the original Jenney Grist Mill, and it stands on the site of the original mill.

Pilgrim Hall Museum

(Pass by)

The Pilgrim Hall Museum at 75 Court Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts is the oldest public museum in the United States in continuous operation, having opened in 1824.

National Monument to the Forefathers

(Pass by)

The National Monument to the Forefathers, formerly known as the Pilgrim Monument, commemorates the Mayflower Pilgrims. Dedicated on August 1, 1889, it honors their ideals as later generally embraced by the United States. It is thought to be the world's largest solid granite monument.

Hedge House

(Pass by)

The Plymouth Antiquarian House is a historic house museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts owned by the Plymouth Antiquarian Society. The house was built in 1809 for William Hammatt, a New England sea captain. The Hedges, a family of entrepreneurs, purchased the house in 1830 and lived there until 1919.

Jenney Interpretive Centre

(Pass by)

Exhibits in the Interpretive Centre focus on the Pilgrims, stories of their faith and values, the abolitionists and slavery, the family – the cornerstone of society.

Jabez Howland House

(Pass by)

The Jabez Howland House is a historic house at 33 Sandwich Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The oldest portion of this two-story wood-frame house was built by Jacob Mitchell in 1667 and purchased by Jabez Howland, son of Mayflower passengers John Howland and Elizabeth Tilley Howland, two of the original Pilgrims.

Long Beach Rock

(Pass by)

Long Beach is a barrier beach– a peninsula that serves as a barrier between the open ocean and the mainland coast.

Plimoth Patuxet Museums

(Pass by)

Plimoth Plantation is a living history museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts, founded in 1947. It attempts to replicate the original settlement of the Plymouth Colony established in the 17th century by the English colonists who became known as the Pilgrims.



3.5 (17)


We were not able to download the app so we were not able to use this on our tour. We walked inside the visitor center and they have us a map with information in multiple sites of interest. Calling customer service was not helpful. Was really disappointed with this your but did enjoy the driving tour a few days earlier.


It’s a good self-guided tour if you are in the area. I’ve done dozens of these self guided tours all over the world on a different app (VoiceMap) and this one is very expensive for the content and the stories. It should be around $7, not $15.


Visiting Plymouth in the off-season when all the museums and attractions are closed was a bit disappointing, BUT this walking tour saved the entire trip!! My fiancé and I were still able to get the Plymouth experience and history through this tour. We will definitely try others.

Jane G

This audio tour was easy to use and was just enough history for my teens and tweens that didn’t want a long tour. I appreciated that it had a map, audio and also the written text so while we were at lunch I could read ahead to what we were going to do. The town is surreal and worth walking through.

Joann B

Enjoyed this self guided tour, the information of historical sites were interesting. I loved how the app automatically started giving information as we reach to every sites.


Not being able to locate basically half of the landmarks thanks to terrible self guided map directions.


It was a great way to explore the area and learn more about it’s history at our own place. It was very interesting and enjoyed the stories. The app worked well and easy to use.


We enjoyed the guided tour because it took us places in Plymouth that we wouldn’t have gone on our own. We learned some additional history about the sites along the way. The information is overly simplified. Not sure who the target audience is for this tour? There is a navigation error at sites 16 and 17. When you get to the church, turn right and go up the stairs to the cemetery. Don’t go left as the map directs you to do.


The physical history that people get to see and interact with. The beauty and culture of Plymouth and the residents who take care of it. The residents are wonderfully nice. The best Clam Chowda from Cabby Shack!!!


We saw a sun fish. We didnt see any close ups of the whales so they gave us rain check tickets for up to a yr.
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