Mayflower 400 Four Nations CeremonyDistance from the centre of Kingsbridge: 17.1 miles 1:00 pm
Having been postponed from the original anniversary date of 16 September due to the pandemic, the Mayflower 400 Four Nations Ceremony will now take place on Sunday 11 July on the biggest stage Plymouth Hoe has ever seen.
The ceremony is the UK’s flagship Mayflower 400 event and a grand finale to the commemorations. The 70 metre stage will host an epic production, which tells the story of the Mayflower Pilgrims’ journey in search of religious freedom and explores the impact of this on the world.
The event is being ticketed to safeguard against Covid-19 precautions, with all tickets free. Tickets must be booked prior to entry.
Gates will open at 1pm on the day, with the ceremony taking place from 3pm to approximately 4.30pm. There will be activity taking place on stage from 2pm, food and drink stands and toilets.
Visitors are welcome to bring their own food and drink with them, as well as blankets or camping chairs as seating will not be provided.
Everyone over the age of two years will need a ticket and a maximum of six tickets can be booked per transaction. More information and full FAQs are available on the Visit Plymouth website.