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African American Heritage Tours
Half-Day African American Heritage Tour
Learn more about African American Heritage in Washington DC in this information-packed half-day tour. You will see many great places and learn about key figures in the Civil Rights Movement and many of the important events which took place over the years.
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One Day African American Heritage Tour
Beginning at the MLK Memorial, experience a full-day of touring and exploration into the Heritage of African Americans in the United States. You will have several stops on the tour and conclude with a visit to the African American Heritage Museum. This tour is perfect for Family Reunions.
Two Day African American Heritage Tour
Take an in-depth look at African American History & Culture during this two-day tour. Visit the important sites and attractions which reveal this important Heritage in Washington DC. From the MLK Memorial to the New National Museum of African American History and Culture and much more.
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Each tour is customized to fit the needs of your group. This means that we will include the sites and attractions which are important to you and we will run on the schedule that you need.
We will pick your group up at your hotel in an ADA-Compliant Motor Coach. We also will provide you with a Professional Tour Guide as well as tickets to the attractions you choose.
Washington DC is a great destination for African American Heritage Tours. DC Is rich with several important historical figures who have been very prominent is black history. From the most-famous Freeman during the nineteenth century, Frederick Douglass to countless others such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. you will be enriched as you discover the amazing history of a people who never gave up. These brave men and women fought for emancipation from slavery and equality as Americans. Our African American Heritage Tours (Black History Tours) will give you and your group the opportunity to learn about those who struggled for equality in America.