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Scotland Tour

The Impact of the Scottish Enlightenment

A Study Tour with Erskine College

June 20 – 30, 2024

Experience the beauty of Scotland and discover the impact of the Scottish Enlightenment on education, government, law, theology, and more. Trace the movement’s influence on Ebenezer Erskine, founder of the Associate Presbyterian Church (precursor to the ARPC). Explore ideals that formed a backdrop for the founding of Erskine College.

Trip Itinerary

The trip will include a fantastic array of destinations, including Edinburgh, St. Andrews, Hadrian’s Wall, Stirling Castle, Iona, Loch Ness, and Inverness. Click below for a full itinerary.

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Pre-Tour Excursion with the Adamsons

Dr. and Mrs. Adamson will host a pre-tour excursion starting June 14, based out of Dornoch, home to the Royal Dornoch Golf Course, which was voted Scotland’s number-one golf course in 2020. The excursion will focus on the Northern Scottish Highlands where the Adamsons lived while Dr. Adamson served the Free Church of Scotland as a supply pastor. The pre-tour trip offers the chance to visit a part of Northern Scotland rarely seen by tourists.

Study Tour Cost

We’re excited to offer this exclusive opportunity to explore Scotland. The cost of the trip is around $6,000 per person, which includes all lodging, most meals, and a $500 donation to Erskine. The cost of airfare is not included. Please note that this is an estimated cost based on current prices, but a finalized price will be provided closer to the date of the tour.

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