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England: Methodist Heritage Tour


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10 Days / 8 Nights, London, Salisbury, Stonehenge, Bath, Bristol, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Birmingham, Coventry, Birmingham, Lincoln, Epworth, York, Oxford, Windsor


TOUR FEATURE INCLUDES: • Round-trip air: USA – London – USA


• Meet and assist upon arrival by your Homeric Tours representative


• Private deluxe air-conditioned motorcoach throughout


• Professional English speaking Christian guide(s) • Your choice of 3, 4 or 5 star hotels • 8 Nights of hotel accommodation • Breakfast and dinner daily • 7 Days of sightseeing tours • All transfers • All entrance fees • Hotel taxes and service charges • Porterage of one suitcase per person • USTOA $1 Million Travelers Assistance Program


The itinerary may be modified and tailored to the specific requirements and budget of your group. * Ask about our church donation program


Old Roman baths, Bath, England


DAY BY DAY ITINERARY DAY 1: USA


Depart for your overnight flight to London. DAY 2: LONDON


Upon arrival you will be greeted by your Homeric Tours director and transferred to your hotel. Rest of the day will be at leisure. (D)


DAY 3: LONDON After breakfast enjoy a morning tour of London visiting all of the city’s major sites. This afternoon we visit John Wesley’s Chapel, with its Museum of Methodism in the crypt. His grave can be seen in the Chapel and many personal relics in the Wesley’s House. Overnight London. (B,D)


DAY 4: SALISBURY / STONEHENGE / BATH / BRISTOL


This morning we depart for Salisbury to see the magnificent Cathedral with its 404 foot spire and original version of the Magna Carta. Continue to Stonehenge andthen to Bath, England’s oldest spa built on Roman ruins. We will make a brief stop at Landsdown Hill to see the Kingwood School, founded by John Wesley in 1748, Methodism’s oldest school. Overnight Bristol. (B,D)


DAY 5: BRISTOL / STRATFORD UPON-AVON / COVENTRY / BIRMINGHAM


Start the day enjoying a morning sightseeing tour of Bristol. See the oldest Methodist Shrine in England, the New Room, built by John in 1739 to house the Holy Club. Visit Charles Wesley’s house, the Portland Chapel built by Captain Thomas Webb (founder of American Methodism), and the small village of Pill. Continue to Stratford- Upon-Avon, William Shakespeare’s hometown and Coventry to view the modern Cathedral. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 6: BIRMINGHAM / LINCOLN / EPWORTH Today visit Francis Asbury’s birthplace and the tiny Asbury Cottage which was his home before he heard John Wesley’s call for preachers to go to America. Continue to Lincoln to see the Cathedral, the most beautiful in England which houses John’s baptismal record. Overnight in Epworth. (B,D)


DAY 7: EPWORTH / YORK Enjoy the morning exploring Epworth the home village of the Wesley’s brothers, including the Old Rectory (now a major Methodist Center). Visit St. Andrew’s Church, where Wesley relics are held. Continue to York for dinner and overnight. (B,D)


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DAY 8: YORK Visit this fascinating city with its Minster and the Shambles Medieval Street. Afternoon at leisure to visit a museum or shop. Dinner and overnight. (B,D)


DAY 9: OXFORD / WINDSOR / LONDON A full day to explore more of the Methodist history. Visit Oxford, the birthplace of Methodism, including the Christ Church College. Continue to Windsor and tour the great Castle including the State Apartments, St. George’s Chapel, and the Round Tower. Dinner and overnight in London. (B,D)


DAY 10: USA Transfer to the airport for your flight back home. (B)


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