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DC Full-Day African American Heritage Tour

African American Heritage Tour

Groups of 25 or more can receive motor coach transportation in a newer model, fully-equipped bus for a full day. This includes a three to four hour tour with an African American Tour Specialist as well as tickets to the NMAAHC (African American Museum in Washington DC. Some of the tour stops and drive by locations are listed below on this page.

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TYPICAL ITINERARY

      • Motor Coach will Pick Up Your Group at Your Hotel
      • Washington DC Tour with Guide Specialist
      • Take Group to NMAAHC after Tour. Tickets May be Provided (if available)
      • Motor Coach Meets group at NMAAHC at End of Day 
      • Return Transportation to Group Hotel

Your Group will Enjoy Use of a Fully-Equipped Motor Coach for up to 9 hours. You will also have an African American Heritage Tour Guide for around four hours plus Free Tickets into the National Museum of African American History and Culture. Availability for Buses, Guides and Museum Tickets are limited. Please call for information at your earliest convenience.

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Black History Tour 

Explore the past 200+ years of African American Heritage in the Washington DC. Your group will visit important monuments, historical sites,  and more as you explore Washington DC for approximately four hours. Your group will visit the MLK Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, see the Frederick Douglass Home, the Capitol Building, and the African American Civil War Memorial. You will also see several other important historical sites. Afterwards, your group will receive tickets for the National Museum of African American History and Culture (based on availability from the NMAAHC). Below you will find a list of all of the places you will visit on this amazing and informative tour.

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Our years of experience in Washington DC (and in other locations) enables us to create tours which meet the needs of groups like yours every year. We know that Washington DC is a very special place for all types of groups so we take special care in arranging tours which help to enhance the experience of every group.

With great sites and attractions like the MLK Memorial, Frederick Douglass Home, The African American Civil War Memorial (and Museum) as well as the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington DC, your group is sure to enjoy an amazing tour. Complete the form on this page or call our toll-free number to receive more information (888) 796.8763

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Stops on the Tour

  • MLK Memorial
  • Lincoln Memorial
  • Capitol Hill
  • Frederick Douglass House
  • White House
  • African American Civil War Memorial

Drive-by Locations

  • Howard University
  • Howard Theatre
  • Lincoln Theatre
  • Carter G Woodson House
  • Mary Bethune McLeod Council House
  • And Many More…

Heritage Tour Sites and Attractions

While on Tour, your Group will see these Sites and Attractions as well as Many Others! Tickets to the National Museum of African American History and Culture are given to those who participate in our tours. These tickets are based on NMAAHC Ticket Availability.

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African American History Tour Sites

Washington, D.C. is a city rich in African American history and culture. There are many sites throughout the city that commemorate the contributions of African Americans to the United States. These sites offer a unique opportunity to learn about the history and culture of this important group of people.

One of the most popular African American heritage sites in Washington, D.C. is the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site. This site commemorates the life and work of Frederick Douglass, one of the most important abolitionists and civil rights leaders in American history. Visitors can learn about Douglass’s childhood as a slave, his escape to freedom, and his work as a journalist, orator, and statesman.
 
Another popular African American heritage site is the African American Civil War Memorial and Museum. This museum commemorates the contributions of African American soldiers and sailors to the Civil War. Visitors can learn about the history of slavery in the United States, the role of African Americans in the Civil War, and the legacy of the war on African Americans.
 
The Anacostia Community Museum is another great place to discover more about the subject. This museum is located in the Anacostia neighborhood of Washington, D.C., and it features exhibits on a variety of topics related to African American life and history. Visitors can learn about the history of the Anacostia neighborhood, the role of African Americans in the Civil Rights Movement, and the contributions of African Americans to science, art, and music.
 
In addition to these specific sites, there are many other places throughout Washington, D.C. where visitors can learn about African American history and culture. The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the newest museum in the Smithsonian Institution, and it offers a comprehensive overview of African American history and culture. The United States Capitol Building is home to the National Emancipation Proclamation, and visitors can learn about the history of slavery in the United States and the impact of the Emancipation Proclamation on African Americans. The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial is a powerful tribute to the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr., and it is a popular destination for visitors to Washington, D.C.
 

These are just a few of the many heritage sites in D.C. These sites offer a unique opportunity to learn about the history and culture of this important group of people. If you are interested in learning more about African American history and culture, visit these amazing sites and attraction for a better understanding abou thtis very importat subject.

Here are some additional reasons why you should visit African American heritage sites in Washington, D.C.:
 
* These sites offer a unique perspective on American history.
* They can help you to better understand the challenges and triumphs of African Americans.
* They can inspire you to learn more about African American culture and history.
* They can help you to appreciate the contributions of African Americans to the United States.
* They can help you to connect with your own African American heritage.
 
If you are interested in learning more about African American history, please contact us Toll-Free at 888.796.8763