Join us on the 9-day Wesley Heritage with prices starting at $3,098*!
*All prices reflect a 4% cash discount
- All Inclusive Pricing
- Breakfast and Dinner Daily
- Deluxe A/C Motor Coaches
- Entrance and Program Fees
- First Class Hotels
- Fuel Surcharges and Gov't Taxes
- Guided Tours
- International Airfare from NY
- Learning Opportunities
- Overseas Airport Transfers
- Study Guide
** If air purchased through EO.
Day 1 Depart from USA
Day 2 ARRIVAL in ENGLAND and YORK
Day 3 EPWORTH
Day 4 OXFORD and STRATFORD
Day 5 COTSWOLDS and GLOUCESTER
Day 6 BRISTOL and BATH
Day 7 WESLEY'S LONDON
Day 8 FREE DAY IN LONDON
Day 9 DEPARTURES
Enhance Your Journey
London Post-Tour $698
Day 9, 10 and 11 - Time in London
Explore and enjoy the vibrant capital city of London on your own. The London Pass gives
you free entry to the subway (Underground) and bus transportation systems, as well as
over 60 attractions, including the Tower of London, Windsor Castle, the London Zoo and
Kew Gardens. To see the current list of attractions covered, log on to:
www.londonpass.com. This extension does not include airport transfers, hotel tips, lunch,
dinner, or a tour guide.
Day 12 – Transfer to the airport for your return flight home.
Ireland Post-Tour $1298
Day 9 - Cork, Cobh, Blarney
Depart England on your flight to Cork, Ireland. Our representatives will meet you at the
airport and transfer you to your Irish bus as we head for Cobh. Here, you will visit the
Heritage Center. From this port between 1845 and 1860, 2.5 million people sailed to
America. If you had an ancestor who came from Ireland to America, find your family
name on the archived passenger lists. Visit Blarney Castle and Blarney Woollen Mills
Shop. At the Castle of Blarney, you will see the fabled Blarney Stone. Legend says that
those who kiss the stone acquire a gift of eloquence. Check into your Killarney area
hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day 10 - Ring of Kerry, Waterville, Muckross House
Delight in some of the most spectacular scenery as you travel the Ring of Kerry. Pause
at the seaside village of Waterville. Here Charlie Chaplin owned a summer home, and
Payne Stewart was Club Captain of the local golf course. Visit the 19th century Muckross
House. You will enjoy this magnificent Victorian mansion that is considered one of
Ireland’s leading stately homes. Return to Killarney for dinner and overnight.
Day 11 - Adare, Rock of Cashel, Dublin
Enjoy the beauty of the thatch roofed streets of Adare. The church here has a Norman
Castle keep at its center. See the Rock of Cashel, the traditional seat of Irish kings. Here
St. Patrick is thought to have converted the King of Munster. The present ruins are from
structures built in the 12th and 13th centuries during the Norman era. Continue on to
Dublin for dinner and overnight.
Day 12 - Dublin
Explore historic St. Patrick’s Cathedral, a former Catholic church now part of the Church
of Ireland. The church was transitioned from a Catholic church to the Church of Ireland
over the centuries. Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Travels was a pastor here. John
Wesley spoke and administered communion here on one of his numerous visits to
Ireland. Take a walking tour of Trinity College. Founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1592, it
is the oldest college in Ireland. Visit the Old Library here and see the Book of Kells, an
ornately illustrated Bible produced by Celtic monks around 800 AD. Enjoy lunch at the
Church, a pub that was originally a church where Wesley preached on his first visit to
Ireland. Enjoy an afternoon to explore and shop on your own as you walk along the Liffey
River or visit the various museums. Return to your hotel for dinner and overnight.
Day 13 - Return to USA
Say farewell to Ireland this morning as you return home with memories of the people
and places of England and Ireland!