Fred Rogers invited kids into an unforgettable world of characters and local color in the famous PBS series, Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood. William T. Davis created an equally fascinating historical world of old Plymouth in his memoirs and other works published in the late 19th century and beginning of the 20th century. Meet the denizens of Mr. Davis’s neighborhood in a tour guided by historian Donna Curtin, Executive Director of Pilgrim Hall Museum.
This free, one-hour tour begins at the very top of Burial Hill.
About History in Progress: Burial Hill Tours
The Plymouth Antiquarian Society and Pilgrim Hall Museum continue their partnership in a free public tour series of Plymouth’s historic Burial Hill for the 2022 season. This year’s program is returning to a live, in-person format for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic. A limited series of four themed history tours will be offered in person at Plymouth’s ancient burying ground at 1 p.m. on the first Saturday of every other month from April to October. The event will not be simultaneously streamed or broadcast live; however, an enhanced and audio-corrected digital version of each tour will premiere online the month following each live event. Visit our Burial Hill page for more information.
No reservations required for individuals and families. May involve strenuous walking on steep hillside. Severe weather may cancel tour; check our Facebook pages and websites for updates.