Make your way to U.S. Navy Memorial
Same as the start point
Visit some of the most iconic sites and monuments from the Civil Rights movement on this enriching and informative African American history tour of Washington DC!
Immerse yourself in the Civil Rights struggle and get a refreshing perspective of the city’s history. Being the focal point of the movement surrounding black rights in America, Washington DC holds the key to some of history’s game-changing events.
From the most famous to lesser known but equally significant sites, your tour guide will bring alive history from the African American perspective. The tour starts from the U.S. Navy memorial with stops at famous monuments such as the Emancipation Statue, Howard Theatre, and vibrant black communities.
Reimagine one of the world’s most famous speeches as you stand where Martin Luther King did when he roused audiences with his legendary ‘I have a dream,’ address. One of the most comprehensive African American history tours in Washington DC, you’ll also get tickets included to the National Museum of African American History and Culture where you can browse artifacts and exhibits at your leisure.
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So there’s no last-minute rush please arrive at the meeting point 15 minutes early
Please note that the purchase of this tour includes free timed-entry passes to the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. However, this is not an official Smithsonian tour. Additionally, entry to the property is provided complimentary only after completing the sightseeing history tour. Customers booking this tour are paying for this company’s services and perspective, which is independent of and may not represent the views of the Smithsonian.
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