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This 3 Day African American Heritage Tour of Washington DC will look at the brave men and women who led the struggle for freedom and equality in the United States. Before the creation of this country as an independent nation, slaves worked in the fields and plantations under tremendous oppression until the end of the Civil War. Great men like Frederick Douglass and others were influential in the fight against this evil and spent their lives working against slavery and other ills which black people faced daily. More recently, honorable men like the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mary Bethune rallied people across the land to fight against injustices as the Civil Rights Movement gained a permanent place in America.
Why choose this package?
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
- African American Civil War Museum
- Capitol Hill Tour
- Optional Add-ons
- Lincoln Memorial
- Carter G. Woodson Home
- Enslaved People of Mt Vernon Tour
- Two Nights Lodging
- National Museum of African American History & Culture
- Mary Bethune Home
- Arlington Cemetery
- Supreme Court
- African American Heritage Guide
Day 1 – Museums & Memorials
Start your time in Washington DC right with a visit to some of the most-visited museums in the world. Choose from the famous Air & Space Museum, the American History Museum, the Museum of Natural History or others. Finish your day with a tour of the Monuments and Memorials. Visit the famous Lincoln Memorial as well as the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, the Vietnam Memorial, World War II Memorial, and more.
Day 2 – Homes & History
Today starts with an African American Heritage Tour that includes visits to the Mary Bethune House, Carter G Woodson House, the Frederick Douglass Home and the African American Civil War Memorial & Museum (Optional Presentation). Complete your day with a visit to the ever-popular National Museum of African American History & Culture.
Day 3 – Capitol Hill & More
Today your group will visit the most-popular US Government sites and more. Your tour begins with a photo stop at the White House. Next, your group will take a tour of the Capitol Building at Capitol Hill. Just across the street you will visit the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress. Afterwards, we will visit the home of the Declaration of Independence and other historical documents at the National Archives.
Duration : 3 Days, 4 Nights
Experience Washington DC from a different perspective in this 3-Day African American Heritage Group Tour.
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