Tours of Jane Austen’s England Sponsored by JASNA

Commemorating Jane Austen – 200 Years
Pathfinders Tours
July, 2017

Jane Austen House

The 2017 JASNA Tour, “Commemorating Jane Austen – 200 Years,” has sold out, but you may still add your name to a waiting list in case there is a cancellation.  The tour itinerary features visit houses, towns and cities that shaped Jane Austen’s life and fiction, including Winchester, Steventon, Chawton, Bath, as well as Chatsworth House and Lyme Park in the Peaks District along with other locations associated with the novel Pride and Prejudice and its film adaptations.  Because of the expected demand to participate in the commemorative activities in Winchester and other Hampshire sites, JASNA is offering two back to back tours, accommodating 25 people each.  There will also be a brief Pre-Tour available to attend the Jane Austen Society AGM on July 8 and a brief Post-Tour of churches associated with Jane Austen.

The tour itinerary, pricing, and registration information are now available online.

Participants must be members of JASNA, but they may join in order to register for the tour.  The tour group minimum is 15 and the maximum is 25.  Reservations are on a first come, first served basis.

Links to past tours:

Emma at 200: “Surrey has many beauties,” July 8-17, 2016

Jane Austen: Town and Country, July 10-19, 2015

Celebrating 200 Years of Mansfield Park, July 17-26, 2014

Celebrating 200 Years of Pride and Prejudice, July 14-25, 2013

The England of Jane Austen and Her Family, July 14-23, 2012

Jane Austen: Celebrating Sense and Sensibility, July 14-23, 2011

Jane Austen: Seascapes and Landscapes, July 14-24, 2010

Houses of Jane Austen, July 13-23, 2009

Jane Austen’s Great Houses in Fact and Fiction, July 17-26, 2008

Life and Learning in Jane Austen’s Era, July 20-29, 2007

JANE AUSTEN: Beside the Sea, June 21-July 2, 2001

JANE AUSTEN: Pastimes & Pleasures, June 22-July 2, 1999

JANE AUSTEN: Great Houses & Gardens, July 14-25, 1998

JANE AUSTEN: Interpretations and Interactions, June 18-29, 1997