Discover a Virtual Voyage of Plymouth with a tour of this famous seafaring city, the Mayflower’s final stop before it crossed the Atlantic in 1620.
The film explores some of the places in Plymouth connected to the Mayflower story and the 17th century waterfront.
It also showcases a mixture of the diverse cultural activity taking place in the city when the new Mayflower 400 programme re-starts from the anniversary date of 16 September, running into 2021.
Our Virtual Voyage will feature interviews with artists, producers, community volunteers and performers about their involvement and how they are telling different aspects of the journey and its impacts within the commemoration.
There is also an exclusive sneak peek inside The Box Plymouth, the city's ambitious new heritage attraction, and an insight into how the team there have been working closely with Wampanoag colleagues to deliver two key exhibitions within the commemoration.
The final stop before the Pilgrims crossed the Atlantic, Britain's Ocean City is one of England's fastest growing destinations, home to the famous Mayflower Steps.
Explore the historic city of Plymouth with the expert guides from Devon & Cornwall Tour Guides
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