The Florida College Travel Abroad tour
December 29, 2021 – January 10, 2022
Travel abroad with Florida College “From Gothic Light to Starlit Night” on the 2021 tour led by Dr. Mark Bingham.
This customized itinerary explores the art in Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam, Versailles and more! This will be the first time Florida College tours have visited Belgium and the Netherlands. With at least three overnight stays in each city, travelers will have optimal time to view all the sites.
Explore church architecture from the Carolingian, Romanesque and Gothic periods. Visit the Louvre in Paris, as well as the Musée d’Orsay (collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings), museums in Amsterdam and The Hague which features rich collections of Dutch and Flemish Old Masters, including Rembrandt and Rebens, Vermeer and Van Dyck.
While in Bruges and Amsterdam, travelers embark on canal cruises. In Ghent and Antwerp, the tour will visit cathedrals that are home to masterpieces by Van Eyck and Rubens. Stops in Amsterdam include the Van Gogh Museum and the Anne Frank House.
This study tour is ideal for individuals interested in art, architecture, history and beautiful scenery all while exploring these sites with Christians.
The Florida College Travel Abroad tour: May 11-19, 2022
Travel abroad with Florida College for the “London Theater Tour” led by Dr. Matt Johnson.
This itinerary explores Theater and Media art in London, along with all the great historic sites the city has to offer! Unlike other travel tours, the group will stay in one location for the duration, allowing ample time and flexibility for travelers to explore on their own. It’s the perfect balance of a structured, guided tour, with the added benefit of customization.
Enjoy two shows in London’s West End, one performance at the recreated Globe Theater, an actor’s workshop at the Globe, and tour of the original sets from the Harry Potter films at Leavesdon’s Warner Brothers Studio.
Explore Windsor Castle, home of the royal family, The Tower for London where centuries of history have unfolded at the heart of the city, The Houses of Parliament (and Big Ben), Picadilly Circus, Trafalgar Square, Covent Garden, The British Museum, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster, and much, much more.
Take a special excursions to Oxford (another filming location and inspiration for the Harry Potter films), where JRR Tolkien, CS Lewis, and Lewis Carol found their muses.
This study tour is ideal for individuals interested in theater, film, history, and architecture set in one of the most magnificent cities in the world, all while exploring these sites with Christians.