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In the Pilgrim’s Footsteps – The Mayflower Story Mayflower400  

 

The Mayflower set sail on 16th September 1620 from Plymouth, UK, to voyage to America, known at the time as the New World. But its history and story start long before that.

Its passengers were in search of a new life of religious freedom. They would go on to influence the future of the United States of America in ways they could never have imagined.

The group, who would go on to be known as the Pilgrims, wanted to start a new way of life free of the Church of England's doctrine. More than 30 million people can trace their ancestry to the 102 passengers and approximately 30 crew who landed in Plymouth Bay, Massachusetts, in the harsh winter of 1620.

 

 

400 years after their historic voyage we can visit many of the sites in Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire where their story began.

 

 

Highlights of our one day tour include

 

 

 

  • Lincoln featuring one of the most magnificent of English Gothic Cathedrals

 

  • Scrooby and Babworth where the first separatists were born and worshipped

 

  • Gainsborough Old Hall visited by Henry VIII and Richard III for a traditional afternoon cream tea

 

 

The Detail:

 

Itinerary duration

Recommended group size

Net Price per person

Min and Max Group Size

7 hours

2 to 6 people

£150 net per person up to 2-4 people in a group.  

Discount for parties of 6

Min. 1 and Max. 6

Pick up location, distance from bus station

Refreshments and meals

Meet at Exchequer Gate at Lincoln Cathedral  

Morning coffee and afternoon cream tea included

Special equipment needed

Availability Frequency and Advance Booking 

Comfortable walking shoes and waterproof coat

1 April to 30 Oct.  Daily.  Min. of 7 days advance booking. Subject to availability

Accessibility considerations and facilities

Fitness Level (low, moderate or high)

The tour is accessible, however, not suitable in all places for wheelchairs due to old, narrow stairs in historic churches/buildings

Low to moderate 

 

 

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