This town is also a favorite–located on the seashore, our hotel looks out over the beautiful waves and beach… Learn about coracles, ancient Welsh fishing boats (small, one-man portable vessels) from a delightful local expert at Cenarth Falls.
Overnight at Carmarthen which is believed to be the oldest town in Wales (and legend has it that “Merlin” the wizard was born here! You’ll love visiting Llanelli where many converted to Mormonism in the mid-19th century.
He has led many tours over the years to this amazing area and has compiled his incredible LDS Welsh research on his website tour truly offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience which you will never forget as you walk in the land your forefathers walked WITH an EXPERT on the area!
Learn about 19th-Century British Mormon history and the challenges the early converts faced.
The lush, green countryside your forebears ironically called “Babylon” is remarkably beautiful–you honestly can’t stop looking at it!
Visit the town with the longest name of any other (at least) in Wales – Llanfairpwllgwyngllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch and so much more!
Visit Merseyside Maritime Museum at famous Albert Dock on the huge River Mersey where the collections reflect the international importance of Liverpool as a gateway to the world including its role in the transatlantic slave trade, & emigration to the west.
Beautiful seaside town that many tour members say is their favorite!
Enjoy Edinburgh Castle the birthplace of King James I of England (he was also King James VI of Scotland) who authorized what is now known as the King James Version of the Bible. Margaret’s Chapel survived every military demolition and after 900 years it is still in use.
This was the headquarters for the Church for 59 years, the location of all Church printing, home of the docks where the Apostles arrived in England, and from where most of the early convert Saints sailed for Zion.
If your ancestors emigrated from Europe and/or served a mission in the greater region, they were definitely in Liverpool!
Visit the legendary Benbow (Hill) Farm where Enjoy Merthyr Tydfil (named after a Welsh Christian princess) the birthplace of David O.
Mc Kay’s mother and a successful area for missionary Captain Dan Jones as well as many other missionaries. Drive by Cyfarthfa Castle built by William Crawshav, the “Iron Lord.”Travel underground in a pit cage deep into the Big Pit Coal Mining Museum for an eye-opening tour led by ex-miners.