While the pilgrims themselves were not primarily from Devon or Cornwall the voyage of the Mayflower to the New World took in both the City of Plymouth and the Cornish town of Newlyn. The significance of the voyage is well documented and without it, the relationship between the US and UK that is celebrated as part of the may never have occurred.
Experience History and Culture With Plymouth, Devon, And Cornwall Tours
The Plymouth tour takes in more than just the and the port of Newlyn. It also gives you an opportunity to explore the wider area and learn the stories of those who lived and worked in the South West and were central to developing the counties as they now are.
Better Understand The Mayflower Pilgrims With Tours From America Loves Cornwall
America Loves Cornwall is proud to be an Official Tour Operator of accredited Mayflower 400 tours and itineraries.
Whether you are spending one day or seven, we have prepared a number of unique tours that commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower voyage.
Explore the England Mayflower commemorations with us and learn about the events, cultural perspectives, hardships and losses that occurred during this remarkable time.
Our aim through the Plymouth Pilgrims tour and others is to give you an opportunity to discover the place, its people and its heritage, and to develop the same passion for Cornwall that we have.