On Tuesday, Sept. 6, a group of nine “ambassadors” from England and their hosts toured the Camp Gordon Johnston World War II Museum in Carrabelle.

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Florida State University was the host organization, which set up the tour. Visiting from Sept. 1-8, the British visitors were following the Florida British Heritage Trail.

 They group visited museums and historic spots in Tallahassee and South Georgia as well as touring the Florida Governor’s mansion and attending numerous dinner parties.

Tuesday was the coastal tour, which began with the Gulf Specimen Lab in Panacea progressed to the Florida State University Marine Lab and ended with the Camp Gordon Johnston museum in Carrabelle.

Afterward they toured Apalachicola and returned to Tallahassee, and on Thursday to England.