Day Trip to Jenney Museum

400 years ago the first Congregational pioneers to America sailed on the Mayflower from Southampton, England to the New World. They settled in the shelter of a natural harbor in the town they named Plymouth.

We have partnered with the Jenney Museum, which is uniquely expert in telling the Christian story of the Mayflower Pilgrims, to provide us with a tour of Plymouth. This day-trip will especially help us to celebrate the Christian discipleship that was at the heart of who the Pilgrims were.

The trip includes transportation by Coach bus leaving from the Crowne Plaza, a deli box lunch, museum admission and the services of a local historian and tour guide who will tell stories of struggles, survival and faith that set the cornerstones of our country. Ticket costs and additional details are listed below.

Our time in Plymouth begins with the Forefathers’ Monument an oft-overlooked treasure featured in Kirk Cameron’s movie, Monumental. The tour will also include a trip to the waterfront (Plymouth Rock, and where the Mayflower II is docked), as well as the Jenney Museum which will deepen our understanding and appreciation of the brave souls who first came to establish a beachhead for the Kingdom of God.

$80 Adult, $65 youth
(17 and under) transferrable, but non-refundable unless the trip is cancelled.
30 travelers minimum required, 45 maximum. Reservations are first come, first served.

12:30 pm - Leave from Crowne Plaza, Warwick RI
Deli Box Lunch (provided)

1:30 pm - Arrive at Forefathers Monument: tour.
2: 30 pm - Waterfront Tour
3:30 pm - Jenney Museum
4:30 pm - Depart Plymouth, MA.

5:30 pm - Arrive Warwick, RI