Art Museum Offers October Trip To Berlin
18, 2001-- The Volunteer Board of the Bayly Art Museum
at the University of Virginia is offering a trip to Germany, Oct.
21-28. The tour-guided trip includes visits to museums and historic
buildings and sightseeing tours of Berlin, Potsdam, and Dresden.
is home to more than 100 state and private museums showcasing the
arts from ancient, medieval and Renaissance times to the present
as well as design and architecture. The group will visit numerous
Berlin attractions including the National Gallery, Egyptian Museum,
Pergamon Museum, the Gemaldegalerie, Brandenburg Gate, the New Synagogue,
and Charlottenburg Palace.
Potsdam City, en route to an overnight visit to Dresden, the group
will visit the Old Market Square, St. Nicolai's Church, the Egyptian
Obelisk, Sanssouci, and the Neues Palais.
group will tour Dresden and visit its Semper Opera House, Dresden
Cathedral, Zwinger Palace Museum, Residential Palace, Church of
Our Lady, and the Albertinum before returning to Berlin for another
package price of $2,395 per person/double occupancy includes round-trip
air transportation from Dulles International Airport, six nights
of first-class lodging, all breakfasts, two dinners, taxes, admission
charges, airport transfers, and the services of a full-time guide.
information on joining the tour, call Susan Howell at (434) 975-0564
or Ellen Shuman at (434) 977-0821
tour-guided trip is open to all Bayly members. Individual membership
is $35. Bayly membership information is available on the Web at
or call (434) 924-4043.
Jane Ford, (434) 924-4298