The Anthracite Heritage Museum is sponsoring a sensational tour of the United Kingdom to study significant industrial heritage sites that contributed to the rapid global expansion of industrial activity from the late 18th into the 19th centuries. This 15 day tour will start in Glasgow and end in Portsmouth and include several UNESCO world heritage industrial sites.

Dates: September 14th – September 29th. Leaving from Philadelphia to Glasgow, Returning from London to Philadelphia.

Key sites include: New Lanark, Falkirk Wheel, Mersey Tunnel, Manchester Science and Industry Museum, Menai Suspension Bridge, Telford Suspension Bridge, Anderton Boat Lift, Quarry Bank Mill, Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, Snowdon Mountain Railway, National Slate Museum, Ironbridge Gorge, SS Great Britain, the Concorde, Great Flat Lode, King Edward Mine Museum, Royal Cornwall Museum, Gwennap Pit, Geevor Tin Mine, Wheal Martyn Clay Works, Brickworks Museum, Bucklers Hard, Royal Navy Submarine Museum, HMS Victory. Interesting four-star hotels, all breakfasts and several dinners included.



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Costs based on 20 travelers: $4650, $1500 single supplement. Optional: $1050 airfare from Philadelphia. Prices may change based on numbers and final airfare charges.

Optional parking at the Anthracite Heritage Museum, Scranton, with bus shuttle to/from Philadelphia airport, ($150 est.)

Non-refundable deposit due at time of booking: $100. Booking deadline to be determined, but likely by April 30.

For more details, contact: Beth Landmesser: Bode Morin: (570) 963-3804