Are You Ready For A Life-Changing Experience?
Are you prepared to take a life-changing trip that uncovers the real story of the African American journey in America? Are you ready to dive into the rich history, culture, music, and food of the southern United States? If your answer is a big 'Yes!', let's plan an amazing Civil Rights Trail Tour for your school, company, friends, or family.
We are fully committed to revealing the true, often hidden parts of the African American experience. We promise to tell the truth, never avoiding the tough parts of history.
Our tours are not just about visiting places. They are about understanding and feeling the stories of triumph, struggle, and humanity that define us as a community.
You'll enjoy the music, taste the soul food, and learn about the traditions that shape our culture during our tours.
Our Civil Rights Truth Tours are designed to guide you to the truth. Each tour unlocks the rich history and culture of African Americans, revealing untold stories. Our experienced guides don’t just tell stories, they share the raw truths of America's past.
We don't just tell you about slavery, racism, integration, and mass incarceration. We go deeper, aiming to reveal all sides of the African American story.
Now that you know we are the only Black-owned tour company doing this, we invite you to join us. Contact us for a free quote and start this journey of discovery with us. Let's uncover the truths of the past and enjoy the present together. Call us. We're ready to guide you on this unforgettable journey.
Historical and Cultural Group Adventures
A Truth and Reconciliation Experience
This professional JUSTICE DEI leadership training program is based on the strategies, people, and events that are a part of the history and legacy of the US Civil Rights Trail.
Lessons learned on this educational tour will give leaders and key personnel a new perspective and a better understanding of America’s long history of injustice and inequality.
Immerse yourself in the history, music, art, food, and stories of each city and these specially selected museums and parks hearing moving first-hand stories from the Civil Rights Movement.
You will have the opportunity to meet civil rights activists, and visit legendary museums and cultural landmarks that capture the story of these institutions and the people.
Why They Sing the Blues is an unforgettable journey into the land that spawned the single most important root source of modern American popular music- The Delta Blues.
This 12-day journey tells the untold stories of Southern bluesmen and women and how the places where they lived and the times in which they existed–and continue to exist–influenced their music. The tour will take you to Nashville, Memphis, Clarksville, and all through the Mississippi Delta down to Jackson and New Orleans where you will Hear Live music, walk the city streets, visit the radio stations, see the cotton fields, visit Blues museums to learn why musicians such as Robert Johnson Howlin Wolf, Muddy, Waters, BB King, and countless others sang the blues way down in the Mississippi Delta.
Whether you're a die-hard blues fan or a casual traveler in search of an interesting trip, you'll find facts you didn't know, places you've never seen, and you'll gain a new appreciation for the area that gave birth to the blues.
Experience the Land of Funk on our Black Music History Tour — one of the most exciting and authentic multi-day tours in all of North America. Our expert guides will take you on a musical journey through the heart of America, following in the footsteps of black music pioneers to explore how their influence is present throughout all aspects of American culture.
You’ll get an insider’s look into the musical heritage and highlights of Black Music, visiting legendary music studios, iconic venues and even hearing from some music legends themselves! Travel with us to legendary sites across 8 cities including Detroit, Cleveland, Dayton Cinninatti Nashville, and Memphis, to learn stories through music. From Motown to The Rock roll Hall of Fame to Dayton and Cincinnati, The Funk Capitol, and on to Nashville and Soulsville in Memphis TN.
We invite you on a breathtaking journey through the heart of American music, exploring the true Rythem of America, American Soul and Funk Music
Why choose us?
We Are Your Pilgrimage Leader For The Civil Rights Trail
Our local tour guides want to welcome you to Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee, Louisiana, and South Carolina. The American south is our home, and we look forward to sharing it with you. Leave the details to us. You'll ride in an air-conditioned motorcoach with onboard Wi-Fi. Most meals will be arranged in advance so that you can tuck in and enjoy the legendary southern cuisine. You'll learn about the civil rights movement as you visit the black historical sights.
Nowhere in America did the cooking of master and slave combine so gracefully as it did in the Lowcountry kitchen from Shrimp N Grits, Crab Cakes, Stone Grown Grits, Carolina Gold Rice, Whole Pork B...
Nowhere in America did the cooking of master and slave combine so gracefully as it did in the Lowcountry kitchen from Shrimp N Grits, Crab Cakes, Stone Grown Grits, Carolina Gold Rice, Whole Pork BBQ, Fried Fish, Collard Greens, BBQ Oysters, Boiled Peanuts, Pimento Cheese and Sweet Tea, The Low Country is where you can get it all.
Civil Rights Trail Tours offers a 12-day journey that tells the untold stories of Southern bluesmen and women and how the places where they lived and the times in which they existed–and continue ...
Civil Rights Trail Tours offers a 12-day journey that tells the untold stories of Southern bluesmen and women and how the places where they lived and the times in which they existed–and continue to exist–influenced their music. Also, our expert guides will take you on a musical journey through the heart of America, following in the footsteps of black music pioneers to explore how their influence is present throughout all aspects of American culture.
History and Culture
Civil Rights Trail Tours will help you transport through time and space to the front lines of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. You will journey south into the very heart of the civil...
Civil Rights Trail Tours will help you transport through time and space to the front lines of the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. You will journey south into the very heart of the civil rights movement and gain a deeper understanding of the historic and continued struggle for racial equality in the United States. You'll see significant sites where key parts of this historic movement unfolded both in cities, schools, and houses of worship.
Important Landmarks For Any Great Civil Rights Tour
On Sunday, September 15, 1963, at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, AL four young girls were killed when a bomb exploded while they attended their Sunday school class. This tragedy drew worldwide attention to the violent civil rights struggle in Birmingham. The church today provides tours, and services are still held on Sundays.
To better understand the significance of the civil rights struggles in Birmingham, be sure to visit the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (BCRI). The BRCI is home to interactive displays, historical documents, and recorded oral histories.
The former Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN, is now the site of the National Civil Rights Museum. The museum promotes a better understanding of the struggle for civil rights through exhibits, films, and interactive media.
Frequently asked questions
To some extent – yes. Sometimes we will have to because the weather isn’t always ideal and some restrictions due to the on-going pandemic.
Yes, but you can book trips in private. Just you, your loved ones, and our expert guide.
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