Adventist Heritage Tour 2024


Step into the shoes of Adventist pioneers and experience the rich history of our Adventist heritage. Explore the sites where key figures lived and worked as they shaped the framework of the church.

This is a rare and unique Adventist heritage tour as Dr. Ted Levterov, Ph. D. and Dr. Bill Knott, Ph.D. will both be leading segments of your tour. Dr. Bill Knott has 3 days of sites and history of political and religious life influencing America at the time of the birth of the Adventist Movement. This feature is unique to our tour and is not offered on any other tour.

Dr. Ted Levterov, Ph. D. is from the E.G. White Estate and an expert in the field of Adventist Heritage. 

Dr. Bill Knott, Ph.D. is a former editor of the Adventist Review and current Associate Director of the Public Affairs and Religious Liberty Department.

Your tour begins with your arrival in Boston airport by or before 5 p.m. on September 24. And we will fly out on October 3, 2024. You will be responsible for your airfare, or for your arrival at Boston Logan Airport to board our bus. We will then transfer to our hotel.  

Locations include: Old Sturbridge Village; Joseph Bates home; Quincy Market; Gorham, Maine (E.G. White’s birthplace); Topsham, Maine (location of church where White family worshiped); Washington, New Hampshire (first Sabbath keeping Adventist Church, Farnsworth home); Uriah and Annie Smith childhood home; Whitehall, NY (William Miller farm and chapel).


The cost is $2,000.00 per person, double occupancy. Single occupancy is $3,600.00. Room sharing arrangements are available for single occupants. Price includes all meals, hotel accommodations, bus transportation and admission costs. Arrival to and from Boston before and after the tour is at your expense.

A $200 deposit per person reserves your place on this tour.

Please contact us for additional payment options.


Registration for Georgia-Cumberland members is open now. 

Registration for members outside of Georgia-Cumberland opens May 12

Save $100 by registering before 6/4/24


For more information or to request a contact back, contact Nicole Toledo (, 706-629-7951)

or Ray Hartwell (