Gloucester residents and visitors alike will soon be able to explore Guinea in a whole new way thanks to the newly completed Guinea Heritage Driving Tour. The new tour features 12 stops that highlight the area’s natural beauty and history.
Tour-goers are guided along thanks to map featured both in brochures and online. Stops on the tour include Buck’s Store Museum, Big Island Seafoods and Retail Shop, Achilles Masonic Lodge, as well as three churches.
While facts about each stop are featured on the brochure, the online version features recorded voiceovers for each of the stops. Lending their voices to the tour are Gloucester County Museums Coordinator Robert Kelly, Ginny Snowden, Marion Randall, Beulah Colon, Hamilton Williams, Gloucester Tourism Coordinator Susan Ammons and Gloucester Information System Technician Candice Smith.
Williams, a member of the Guinea Heritage Association, said the tour will attract more tourists to area to experience what Guinea has to offer. The ...
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