The Deities and the enshrined shrine/ temple
“Kamakura-Enoshima Shichifukujin” :Eight sites to pilgrim:Honngakuji, Hase-dera, Hokaiji, Enoshima-jinjya, Tsurugaoka-hachiman-gu,Jyochiji, Goryo Jinjya, Myoryuji.
Visitors may collect Goshuin at every pilgrimage spot.
The service hour of the office might alter occasionally.

Ebisu: Japanese origin,Hongakuji
The deity of commerce and fishermen, who holds a big sea bream under his left arm and a fishing rod in his right hand.

Daikoku-ten: Indian origin, Hase-dera 
The deity of wealth and kitchen, wears a hood, and holds a big bag filled with treasures on his left shoulder and a Luck mallet in his right hand.

Bishamon-ten: Indian origin, Hokaiji 
The deity of treasure and warriors, wears armor and carries a small pagoda.

Myo-onBenzai-ten: Indian origin, Enoshima-jinjya
The deity of eloquence, music and wisdom. This Myo-on Benzaiten holds biwa (Japanese mandolin), and is one of the Three Main Benzai-ten of Japan,along with that of Chikubu-jima, Biwako-lake and that of Miyajima, Aki-Hiroshima.

Hata-age Benzai-ten :Indian origin, Hata-age Benzaiten shrine
The deity of victory and achievement. Enshrined in a subsidiary shrine of Turugaoka Hachiman-gu, stands on the shore of Gen-Pei pond.

Hotei:China origin, Jochiji.
The deity of contentment and happiness. He is a Buddhist priest, has a round face and full figure, holds a big bag and a fan.

Fukurokujyu: China origin, Goryo Jinjya
The deity of longevity and wealth.

Jyorojin : China origin, Myoryuji 
The aged deity of wisdom and longevity.

The order of the pilgrimage is totally at your option.
To take an example:
Ex. 1: Start from Jyouchiji → Hata-age Benzai-ten → Hokaiji → Myoryuji → Hongakuji → Hase-dera → Goryo Jinjya → Enoshima-jinjya
Ex. 2: Start from Enoshima-jinjya → Goryo Jinjya → Hase-dera → Hongakuji → Myoryuji → Hokaiji → Hata-age Benzai-ten → Jyouchiji