200 Black History and Afro-American Heritage Sites in Massachusetts
Offering all inclusive escorted tours around Boston and New England.
Black Boston, Black New England, and the Total Boston Experience sightseeing and cultural tours — you can order them all right here.
Introducing 200 African American Trail Project sites from the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries spread among the Massachusetts communities of Beacon Hill, Cambridge, Dorchester, Mattapan, Roxbury, Somerville, and Western Massachusetts.
The tour selection includes Gray Line sightseeing luxury
Have you ever been to The National Black Doll Museum of History and Culture? People are going by the busloads and with their friends and associates.
Tour the National Black Doll Museum of History and Culture
The National Black Doll Museum has 5,000 square feet of exhibit space filled with Black dolls and multicultural dolls arranged in educationally creative exhibits. You get a professional guided and narrated tour from expert doll historians, doll makers and AfroCentric educators.
You’ll see more dolls on display than anywhere else in the United States! Kids and Adults will appreciate the collection. There are so many dolls, you are bound to see one you will immediately connect with your childhood and remember the good ole times. The amazing doll collection also attracts tour groups from corporations and institutions who are educate their staff about diversity and inclusion self-awareness..
by trolley car or van
Take a tour by trolley bus into the past, future and present Roxbury Massachusetts, learn more about residential areas, shops, restaurants, historical sites, the Roxbury Cultural District and where people hang out. Price $39 pp