Cape Cod New England Travel Showcase Fam

April 15 – 17, 2021


April 15

8:30 AM          Depart Warwick, RI for Cape Cod

10:00 AM        Visit Plymouth, MA – Mayflower II, Plymouth Rock, Plimoth Plantation

11:30 AM        Visit the Plantation with Box Lunch

12:30 PM        Depart the Plantation for Sandwich, MA

1:00 PM          Visit the Cape Cod Canal Visitor Center

2:00 PM          Visit Sandwich, MA.  Sandwich Glass, Hoxie House, Dexter’s Grist Mill

3:30 PM          Begin our journey to Eastham, MA –  A couple of stops along the journey

4:30 PM          Arrive at the hotel to check in and freshen up

5:30 PM          Dinner is served at a local restaurant

April 16

7:30 AM          Breakfast is included at the hotel

8:30 AM          Board the coach for a day of touring

9:00 AM          Visit Three Sisters Lighthouse, Eastham Windmill

10:00 AM        Art’s Dunes Tours

12:00 PM        Free time to explore Provicetown for shopping and lunch on your own

2:00 PM          Visit the Cape Cod National Seashore Park

3:00 PM          Continue to Hyannis

4:30 PM          Check into our Hyannis area hotel

6:30 PM          Dinner is served at a local restaurant


April 17

7:30 AM          Breakfast at the hotel

8:30 AM          Depart for the Pirate Museum

9:00 AM          Visit the Wydah Pirate Museum

10:00 AM        Depart for Hyannis, visit the Kennedy Memorial, Harbor Cruise, visit the JFK Museum Hyannis

12:30 PM        Free time in Hyannis for lunch and shopping on your own

1:30 PM          Depart for Warwick, RI

3:00 PM          Arrival at our NETS hotel

What our attendees have to say


Plymouth County appreciated the opportunity to meet, face to face, with tour operators who know the New England product but especially with those who were at the show to discover what New England has to offer the group tour visitor yet unfamiliar with the New England product.

This is a great show with a targeted audience that already plans on visiting New England. It costs way less than the bigger shows, but is still very well done.