1-Day Rhode Island & Plymouth Tour from Boston

  • Tour code: 878-777
  • Available: Tue, Thurs, Fri, other dates upon request
  • Depart from: Boston, MA
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Highlights:

Visit Plymouth (Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth Rock, Mayflower II), Newport (Breakers Mansion).

Special Remarks:

  • The Breakers Great Hall will feature the iconic 15 foot tall poinsettia tree.
  • Breakers Mansion is a ideal destination during Christmas season.
  • Thanksgiving Special
  • If you are planning to take flight to join the tour or need to leave the tour in advance, please call us to confirm the tour and the itinerary before you make the booking.

Pricing Details

Adult:$55
Child:$55
  • All hotel and tour schedules are arranged in advance. NO REFUNDS will be given to any customer failing to appear on the departure day.
  • Child rates: Child rates apply to those who are 0-12 yrs old. Customers are welcome to use child safety seats on that have lap and/or shoulder belts/harnesses.
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Boston-Plymouth-Providence-Newport-Boston(193 miles)
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Day 1 Boston-Plymouth-Providence-Newport-Boston(193 miles)

Passengers will be picked up in Boston and Quincy in the morning. Our first stop of the day will be historic Plymouth, MA, where we will see Plymouth Rock, visit the Plimouth Plantatio, Plimoth Grist Mill and Mayflower II. We will also learn about the history of the local Wampanoag tribe of Native Americans.

From here we will continue on to Newport, RI, where we will visit the illustrious Breakers Mansion before concluding our tour and returning to Boston.

Plymouth is a coastal town in Massachusetts, south of Boston. It is the site of the first Pilgrim settlement, founded in 1620. Plymouth Rock, a boulder in Pilgrim Memorial State Park, marks the place where settlers are thought to have landed on shore.

  • Closed for winter.  It will be alternated by <b>Brown University</b> and <b>RI State House</b>.
    The Plimouth Plantation in Plymouth, MA is a fully-functioning historical town set in the year 1627. The complex also contains a recreation of the Mayflower, a craft center, a small farm animal zoo, and a movie theater.Price includes Mayflower II visit.
    Closed for winter. It will be alternated by Brown University and RI State House.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $28; Child (Under 11 yrs) $16; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $26
  • Closed for winter.  It will be alternated by <b>Brown University</b> and <b>RI State House</b>.
    Plymouth Rock in Plymouth, Massachusetts is an important cultural landmark in the Unites States. It is considered to be the place where European pilgrims first landed and established what would become the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1620.
    Closed for winter. It will be alternated by Brown University and RI State House.
  • Mayflower II will leave Plymouth for major repair starting Nov. 1, 2016, return time is estimated in 2018. In Winter, it will be alternated by <b>Brown University</b> and <b>RI State House</b>.
    A replica of the original 17th century ship that ferried the Pilgrims across the Atlantic before they founded the Plimoth Plantation settlement, the Mayflower II allows visitors to get an idea of what the voyage to the New World meant.
    Mayflower II will leave Plymouth for major repair starting Nov. 1, 2016, return time is estimated in 2018. In Winter, it will be alternated by Brown University and RI State House.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $12; Child (3-11 yrs) $8; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $11|Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 9:00am - 5:00pm
  • Close for winter.
    Nestled alongside bucolic Town Brook, and just a short walk from the waterfront and Mayflower II, the Plimoth Grist Mill tells the story of the grist (corn grinding) mill built by the Pilgrims in Plymouth Colony. After more than a decade of laboriously grinding corn by hand in wooden mortars, the colony authorized the construction of a water-powered corn grinding mill on Town Brook in 1636.
    Close for winter.
    Admission (Optional): Adult $7; Child (5-12 yrs) $5; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $6|Opening Hours: Mon - Sun 9:00am - 5:00pm

  • As an alternative to Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth Rock and Mayflower II in winter.
    Brown University, one of New England's prestigious Ivy League universities, was established in 1764 - before the foundation of the United States - and has become one of the most renowned institutions of higher education in the world.
    As an alternative to Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth Rock and Mayflower II in winter.
  • As an alternative to Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth Rock and Mayflower II in winter.
    The Rhode Island State House is the capitol building of the state's government. It is a grandiose neoclassical style building reminiscent of the US Capitol in Washington, DC. Built in 1895, it is part the National Register of Historic Places.
    As an alternative to Plimoth Plantation, Plymouth Rock and Mayflower II in winter.

Newport is a high end New England seaport town, extremely popular among the mega-rich of America. Travel along Ocean Drive to get beautiful scenic views and see the magnificent Breakers Mansion. It is a short drive from Boston.

  • Always Visit
    Newport, Rhode Island is known across the country as a haven for the elite, and the Breakers Mansion, built by the Vanderbilt family as a "summer cottage" epitomizes the wealth and opulence that has come to characterize the town. (Mandarin Chinese audio tour is now available!)
    Admission (Optional): Adult $24; Child (Under 17 yrs) $8; Senior (Over 65 yrs) $24|Opening Hours: Closed on Thanksgiving and Christmas

*Return time is an estimate and varies based on traffic and weather conditions.

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I recommend this tour!

Posted by: Denise on 2016-08-27

This is the first trip that I joined, and it was good. The tour guide Sam explained to us in Chinese and English.

I recommend this tour!

Posted by: Tingting on 2014-08-31

This is the first trip that I joined, and it was excellent. The tour guide explained to us in Chinese and English. On the way, we had so much fun, and the Breakers was an amazing construction. I'll remember it forever!

I recommend this tour!

Posted by: David on 2014-08-26

Wow, the tour can be so informative and fun! It is something you will never learn from a classroom. With some role playing, it was quite interesting.

I recommend this tour!

Posted by: Namrata on 2014-08-26

We took the 2 days tour and enjoyed the trip thoroughly. The guide is very comfortable in explaining the details. I'm glad a one day tour can be this informative.

I recommend this tour!

Posted by: Uddhav on 2014-08-26

Good explanation of attractions from our guide. With the great attitude, the overall quality is underrated. I can't believe I could learn something without attending a history class.

I recommend this tour!

Posted by: Subba on 2014-08-26

We couldn't believe how much history we learned from a one day trip. The guide made the tour very pleasant. Her approach, narration, and professionalism are very much appreciated.

I recommend this tour!

Posted by: Aneth on 2014-08-26

The escort and the driver was very kind. He gave us a very thorough history background during our bus ride. When we were there, a group of people dressed like the puritans and Indians to give us a feel for the history.

I recommend this tour!

Posted by: Tim on 2014-08-13

Long drives, but that is explained in the tour description. The attractions were all interesting and it is MUCH easier to get around them all by tour bus than by trying to do it myself. Good photo opportunities, too, and a lot of history. Just a shame that the bus parked near the beach that was nowhere near the shops section of the beach for people who wanted souvenirs.

I recommend this tour!

Posted by: Hedy Kwok on 2013-08-12

The breakers we went to in the afternoon was a great site. You must to see it.

I recommend this tour!

Posted by: Fonda on 2013-08-12

It was a great place to learn U.S. history. we went to a place called the Plymouth plantation, there were people dressed up as Native Americans and ans English colonists answering everyone's questions about the past. It was very cool to see the old ways of life.

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