Private Civil Rights Tour

Private Civil Rights Tour
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$350
Duration: 3 to 6 hrs
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Description

This tour will take us to some of the most important sites that defined the Civil Rights Movement in America. Our journey will take us on a definitive and emotional story of the civil rights era that changed the fabric of American life and sparked a movement. From the pulpit where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached to the spot where Mrs. Rosa Parks refuse to give up her seat on a Montgomery City bus. Afterwards, we'll continue on to the Civil Rights Memorial center and many other sites related to the Civil Rights movement. It's been said that those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it. 

Select between a 3-hour tour or 6-hour in-depth tour, both of which allow entry into some historical museums.  Our tour will begin with a short  preview with a brief questions and answers portion and next, we will began our (driving/ Walking tour) of the civil right sites throughout the city of Montgomery. We will work our way past the historical Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church where Martin Luther King Jr helped to organize the Montgomery Bus Boycott in the church's basement and also visit short drive away the Dexter Baptist Church Parsonage, which served as home to twelve pastors of the church between 1920 and 1992.

The group will also see Alabama State Capitol, First Baptist Church, Alabama State University, Trinity Lutheran Church, Ms. Rosa Parks Apartment, Greyhound Bus Station, Holt Street Baptist Church, and much more. Our private professional tour guide will show you the best of Montgomery Alabama has to offer.

Note: This is a Private walking / driving tour that uses your vehicle. We can arrange for a rental vehicle for the tour at an additional cost, if arranged ahead of time with the supplier.

This tour will take us to some of the most important sites that defined the Civil Rights Movement in America. Our journey will take us on a definitive and emotional story of the civil rights era that changed the fabric of American life and sparked a movement. From the pulpit where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached to the spot where Mrs. Rosa Parks refuse to give up her seat on a Montgomery City bus. Afterwards, we'll continue on to the Civil Rights Memorial center and many other sites related to the Civil Rights movement. It's been said that those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it.