Tour Itinerary

Retrace the steps of the forefathers with Kirk Cameron, Dr. Marshall Foster, and Dr. Gary DeMar as we visit the historical sites, monuments, and locations of the Pilgrims as explored in the ground-breaking film, Monumental. Every step of the journey will be filled with in-depth teaching, soul-stirring narratives, and unforgettable experiences!





Guests arrive at Boston Logan International Airport and are greeted by Sovereign Guardian Angels who will provide welcome amenities as guests are escorted immediately to their hotel accommodations.

Upon arrival at the hotel, guests are pre-keyed into each of their appointed rooms at arrival and will be given the Day 1 Monumental Tour newsletter that will identify the day's events at the Monumental / Sovereign guest reception

Guests to enjoy a Full Welcome Buffet Dinner at the hotel with a welcome lecture by Gary Demar on the conditions in England and Europe that led to the perilous Journey to America.

  1. • Teams create a modern Mayflower Compact

    HOTEL: Five Star Accommodations
    MEALS: R, D









The morning will start with a full breakfast and a lecture on the journey and perils of the Mayflower as the Pilgrims sailed from Europe to Provincetown Harbor in Cape Cod.

We will then board our luxury motor coach that will transport our group to Boston Harbor where we will echo one small step of our Forefathers by boarding a chartered ferry* to sail to Provincetown. Once we arrive in Provincetown, we will visit the Pilgrim Monument and read the famous words of the Mayflower compact.

Our group will have the opportunity to discover the fascinating eclectic eateries of Provincetown on their own, and then we will depart for Harwich on the south side of Cape Cod where we together will enjoy a traditional lobster bake* and an evening lecture on the fortitude of the Pilgrims. Here we will gain insight on how the Pilgrims understood God's providential rule over the universe to explain everything that happened to them–and everything that blessed them. They did not attribute their survival in New England to their own fortitude–but to God.

• Teams deliver their Modern Day Mayflower Compact

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*weather permitting






We will first enjoy Day 3 with a fresh farm-to-table breakfast at our hotel accompanied by a lecture on the society developed by the Pilgrim's during their first year here in the United States. By means of a luxury motor coach, we will head to Plymouth and to the traditional landing spot of the William Bradford, Plymouth Rock.

Then our group departs for Plimoth Plantation for an experiential journey into the lives and daily challenges that the early Pilgrims faced. We will enjoy a Pilgrim lunch at the 17th Century Village and then embark the Mayflower II, a precise replica of the original Mayflower.

On our return to the resort we will have time for reflection on the seashore of Cape Cod as we appreciate the sacrifices of the past and look forward to the sacrifices necessary to secure America's future. We will end the day by enjoying another incredible dinner.

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While we all enjoy breakfast together, we will focus on what will be one of the highlights of our tour: a visit to the Forefathers Monument in Plymouth, MA. You will learn from Monumental's featured scholar on the Forefathers Monument, Dr. Marshall Foster, as you examine the evidence for the foundation of our country's heritage. After leaving Plymouth, we will enter the Historic District of Boston where you will have the opportunity to enjoy lunch on your own at one of the famous -- or infamous -- downtown Boston restaurants. We will then gather again at the Old South Meeting House for a stirring call to liberty by our featured speakers. The Old South Meeting House played a significant role in early American history through the bold actions of the Sons of Liberty at the Old South Meeting House. There, in 1773, Samuel Adams gave the signal for the "war whoops" that started the Boston Tea Party.

We will then continue on the Freedom Trail firstly to where the Boston Massacre occurred and then to Paul Revere's house. Next, we will stop by The Warren Tavern, the favorite Boston watering hole of Paul Revere, Benjamin Franklin and George Washington. Then will head straight to the site of the old Griffin's Wharf where the Boston Tea Party took place before finally ending at the USS Constitution, a great symbol of American fortitude.

We will enjoy an early dinner and then take part in a screening of Monumental at a downtown Boston theatre with Kirk Cameron, Marshall Foster, Gary DeMar and other VIP guests as we view the film and engage in a personal Q&A with the Monumental Team.

HOTEL: Five Star Accommodations



*Schedule is subject to change

Tour Rates

Double Occupancy Rate
Before 4/20: $2995.00 per person
After 4/20: $3098.00 per person

Single Occupancy Rate
Before 4/20: $3714.00 per person
After 4/20: $3817.00 per person

Children's Rate
(3rd/4th rate, 21 and under )
Before 4/20: $1911.00 per person
After 4/20: $2014.00 per person

*Initial deposit of $300.00 per person due at time of registration with balance due on June 22, 2012

After June 22, 2012, full payment will be due upon registration.


tour highlights


Pilgrim monument

The Pilgrim Monument was founded in 1892 with the purpose is to commemorate the Mayflower Pilgrims' first landing in the New World in Provincetown, in 1620. Here the Pilgrims spent 5 weeks exploring the tip of Cape Cod, before they sailed on to Plymouth. They also drew up and signed the Mayflower Compact, which established the rule of law for the new land.

Plymouth Rock

Plymouth Rock is the traditional site of disembarkation of William Bradford and the Mayflower Pilgrims who founded Plymouth Colony in 1620. It has become a world famous symbol of the courage and faith of the men and women who founded the first New England colony.

Freedom trail

The Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile red-brick walking trail that leads you to 16 nationally significant historic sites, every one an authentic American treasure. Preserved and dedicated by the citizens of Boston in 1958, when the wrecking ball threatened, the Freedom Trail today is a unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution and beyond.

Forefathers Monument

The monument features several allegorical figures depicting virtues the Pilgrims, known in Plymouth as the Forefathers, brought with them when they arrived in Massachusetts in 1620. A dedication on the monument's northeast face reads, "National Monument to the Forefathers. Erected by a grateful people in remembrance of their labors, sacrifices and sufferings for the cause of civil and religious liberty."