FACE is pleased to offer group tours of historic sites that tell the story of America's founding.
Learn what motivated the early settlers to colonize the "New World" and what makes America
unique among all nations on earth. Tours for your school, homeschool, or church group may be
arranged by contacting
Jamestown Island Tour
Join historian Chris Evans on a guided tour of the actual site of
the Jamestown Settlement, originally called James Cittie, the first permanent English settlement in the New World.
Included in the tour are the Glassblowing
House, the Visitor’s Center, Jamestown Memorial Church, the Robert Hunt Shrine, Old Town and
New Town ruins and the Archaearium consisting of displays of artifacts found at this original
site. Most importantly, you will receive a presentation on the providential approach to the founding of Jamestown.
2 hours, Group Rate: $175 (plus park entrance fee)
First Landing Tour
Follow historian Chris Evans to learn the exciting, little-known
story of the landing, dedication, and settlement of Virginia and America in 1607 by the
Jamestown colonists at the original site at Cape Henry in Virginia Beach, now marked with a large granite cross.
Their story begins, though, with
the people and the vision of the grand-founders, many years before the landing at Cape Henry.
Our grand-founders, men like Richard
Hakluyt and others, were people who were influenced greatly by the English Protestant
Reformation. This ensured that America was destined to be a nation based solidly on the
principles of God’s Word.
Our next tour is on First Landing Day, Saturday, April 29, 2017. Call 757-488-6601 or e-mail Max Lyons to schedule a timeslot for your class or group. A tour for individuals and families will be conducted from 10:30 a.m. -12:00 noon. To register go to: First Landing Day Registration. The cost is $15 per individual or family.
Historian and tour guide Chris Evans has spent over 25 years researching and studying
America's Christian history, specializing in the providential history of Jamestown and the Virginia Colony.
She also homeschooled her two children and has been active in politics, public policy and
conservative and social issues for 32 years.