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May 13 – 26, 2023
Flagler College Students
Get into the city and relax after the long flight.
Attend a re-enactment of the Battle of Culloden, an informative display explaining the causes of the conflict between the English Army and the Highlanders who were supporting the Jacobite cause. Later, get lost exploring the city’s attractions such as the Royal Mile, St Giles Cathedral, and dip into the shops for some souvenirs. This amazing city with its cobblestone streets and ancient history along with incredible restaurants is sure to delight.
Go for a Backstage Tour of the King’s Theatre founded in 1906. Later, attend an Alternative Comedy Walking Tour conducted by Daniel, a thoroughly entertaining Comic Actor who has been imparting knowledge about the City the funny way for some time. Continue exploring the city while learning about Scotland’s folk story history. As you walk through the city, understand the importance of setting when building a story. That evening, attend a local theatre production.
Wake up early and drive about 3 hours to Aberdeen. Once in town, enjoy a lunch in the city and take the rest of the afternoon to explore the sites of Aberdeen, including the Aberdeen Art Museum and Balmoral Castle.
Take a guided tour of Aberdeen and learn all about the city’s long history. Meet with representatives from His Majesty’s Theatre before attending one of their productions.
Take a drive to the Scottish Highlands and Loch Ness, and learn about the Highlands and the history of folk tales in the northern area. Visit Loch Ness and head out on the lake to the island via boat. Explore the history and natural beauty of the highlands.
No trip to Scotland is complete without visiting this quant area. Today we let go, stroll the cobblestone streets, try out some restaurants, and enjoy being “Scottish”.
Spend the morning exploring Inverness alone, and then head out on a nature hike through the Highlands. In the evening we attend a show at the local theatre and discuss how theatre is being kept alive in the more remote areas of Scotland.
Sail out to the Orkney Islands and visit The Orkney Folklore & Storytelling Centre – A Centre for Heritage Tourism. Spend the evening hiking around Stromness. Remember, the sun doesn’t set until after 9PM in May so we have lots of time to explore after dinner.
Come back to the mainland and discover Glencoe! Visit the Glencoe Folk Museum which occupies 18th-century thatched cottages, with displays on local heritage and the Glencoe massacre of 1692. Meet with local actors who are keeping history alive through story telling.
Drive down to Glasgow and explore the port city on the River Clyde in Scotland’s western Lowlands. It’s famed for its Victorian and art nouveau architecture, a rich legacy of the city’s 18th–20th-century prosperity due to trade and shipbuilding. Today it’s a national cultural hub, home to institutions including the Scottish Opera, Scottish Ballet and National Theatre of Scotland, as well as acclaimed museums and a thriving music scene. Attend an opera or theatrical performance that night after a delicious Scottish dinner!
Tour the Scottish Ballet and visit the National Theatre. Also, get to talk to the people involved and get more insight into what makes this Ballet a success that it is.
Our last day in Edinburgh! Spend the day soaking up the city, including a tour of the Writer’s Museum, and attending your last stage play in Scotland.
We will take an early evening flight from Edinburgh and arrive back in Florida in the early evening. After reuniting with family members, we will cherish the lasting memories that we have made.
Payment can be made in full or following the payment schedule below. Tuition for FlagSHIP programs is provided by the college, students will not be charged for tuition. More details including how payments can be made can be found here.
Includes $75 study abroad administrative fee added upon course registration
Due: June 1, 2022
Due: October 1, 2022
Due: March 1, 2023