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Mayflower 400 25 Mayflower


Look out for a new Sculpture of a figure representing a Pilgrim looking out to sea, that has been created by sculptor Mark Gregory together with students from Dartmouth Academy. It is situated on the South Embankment.


Heritage Trail Dartmouth’s Mayflower Heritage Trail tells a local story, and its relationship with the wider voyage undertaken by the Pilgrims. It paints a picture of 17th century Dartmouth, as it was when the Pilgrims sailed into the harbour in 1620. Dartmouth’s Trail is linked to the National Mayflower Trail that charts the story of the Pilgrims from their birthplaces to their settlement in the New World. You can download the Mayflower Self-Guided Tours app (www. mayflower400uk.org/app), an innovative and informative free app that provides users with free, easy to follow self-guided tours of the UK towns, cities and villages connected to the Mayflower, including the Dartmouth Town Trail.


Tour Guides Dartmouth has launched a new team of town guides especially for the Mayflower commemorations in Dartmouth. These guides are local people with a passion and pride in the town who will share with you our story. To book a guided tour with one of the team please contact the Dartmouth Visitor Centre – email: holidays@ discoverdartmouth. com or telephone: 01803 834224


Dartmouth’s Town Trail is marked by a series of wonderful bronze markers, created by Tom Leaper, a South West artist. Look out for these around town together with information boards such as the one at Bayards Cove. A free Trail Map leaflet is also available detailing the location and history of each point of interest. Copies are available from the Dartmouth Visitor Centre and other pick up points in the town.


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