"The burned-over district was the religious scene in the western and central regions of New York in the early 19th century, where religious revivals and Pentecostal movements of the Second Great Awakening took place."
"When religion is related to reform movements of the period, such as abolition, women's rights, and utopian social experiments, the region expands to include areas of central New York that were important to these movements."
(above from Wikipedia)
Whether or not a tour will ever take place - discussion on this page of the various movements; where they are today; and how some contributed to social reform should prove interesting.
Any and all comments on this topic will be greatly appreciated!!!