Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire bus trips from Boston

Boston Bus trips to the Black Heritage Trail Tea Talk Series in Portsmouth NH

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See who the Early Africans were in Black New Hampshire where heritage tours, talks, and events about their lives are ongoing.

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Black New Hampshire Travel Package
Suggested itinerary: Leave Boston by bus, arrive at the Black Heritage Trail NH facility an hour later for a scheduled tour. Another tour stop is The African Burial Ground in Portsmouth, NH. MA Depart NH for Boston. The itinerary is customizable. Request a Group

Here’s a story about Jack Stains, a “Black Jack” in Historic Old Portsmouth.

Seafaring was one of the most significant occupations among both enslaved and free Black men between 1740 and 1865. Black seamen sailed on whalers, warships, and privateers. You could experience Portsmouth through the life of one of its Black seamen.

A box used to collect donations for slaves in Massachusetts
slave coin collection box found in Boston

view events for July to Aug at BHT-NH

Boston to Black New Hampshire Travel Packages assume 2.20 hours total travel and up to four hours of activity location.
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Day Trips

BHTNH has a new headquarters building in historic Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Black Heritage Trail of New Hampshire, Inc., (BHTNH) operator of the New England Travel magazine Best Walking Tour in New Hampshire (2018) distinction, has moved into a new headquarters building in Portsmouth, NH. The site was part of the Black Heritage Trail Tour when the organization purchased and restored it. It opened 2019.