African American Heritage and Boston Black History Tours

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Boston Black History Tours

Black Heritage Tours and African American Heritage Trails

$45 per person – The Hidden History of Black Boston walking tour begins at the Faneuil Hall Quincy market complex and encompasses Black histories of The North End and Beacon Hill.

$35 per person – Greater Boston Slave Plantation sites and other mystery African American legacy attractions. A two to three hour narrated and guided tour by a Black history expert.

$1,499 covers 15 – 25 persons – African Burial Ground visit and Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire Bus Day Trip Ticket package. North of Boston the legacies of Early Africans in the colonies are on display. You’ll visit Portsmouth New Hampshire and experience Black history made in southern New Hampshire. This tour is a combo walking and driving tour and covers travel time from Boston on a luxury motor coach bus.

$1,299 per day – The Roxbury and Greater Black Boston Trolley Bus Group Charter tour package includes the trolley bus, driver, the tour route and a Roxbury / Black Boston history expert and African American historian tour guide to lead your group. The trolley bus will seat up to 33 persons so you can spread cost per seat. You can experience picture stops at landmark sites such as the Malcolm X home, the National Museum Center for Afro-American Artists, a Roxbury Cultural District excursion and take in homes once owned by famous Abolitionists and Black Boston leaders and neighborhoods.

$ FREE — The Black Heritage Trail Classic guided tour
We’ll schedule you with the National Park Service Ranger guided walking tour into the steep hilly terrain of Early Black Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood where Black people constructed alleyways and the support system for the Underground Railroad launches West and into Canada during the days of pre-Revolutionary War vs the British.

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