History Tours

  • May 9th, 2015
    Ft. Mose
    St. Augustine, FL

    Fort Mose, an African American community of Freedom in what is now the United States, symbolizes determination, bravery and hope. Enslaved African seeking freedom and a better life undertook a dangerous journey to Spanish Florida, with the help of regional Yemassee Native Americans. This was the first “underground railroad!”

    Tour includes:

    • Roundtrip Transportation
    • Tour Guide: Tour of Fort Mose
    • Tram Tour of St. Augustine
    • Tour of Lincolnville, FL (Where “MLK” visited)
    • 1963 &1964 Civil Right Bill passage
    • stop at St. Augustine Outlet Mall

    Download the informational flyer here

    Adults: $48 per person

    Students 18 & Under: $38


  • June 20th, 2015
    Harry T. Moore Museum
    Mims, FL & Bartow, FL

    Civil Rights Activist, Harry T. Moore, Born in 1906 and died in 1951, was President of the Brevard County Branch of the NAACP for seventeen years. Moore traveled through Florida organizing NAACP branches, investigating lynching, protesting acts of police brutality and organizing voter registration campaigns.

    In 1951 on Christmas Eve a bomb planted under Moore's small six-room cottage in Mimms, FL killed Moore and his wife, Harriette. The case still remains open at the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

    Includes: Roundtrip transportation and Tour Guide

    Download the informational flyer here

    Adults: $45 per person

    Students 18 & Under: $35


  • June 27th, 2015
    African Hope Expo
    Temple Terrace, FL

    From 11 am thru 5 pm~ Featuring:

    • Live African Entertainment
    • African Fashion Show
    • African Art, Crafts, Food, Travel & Other Exhibits
    • Various Local Vendors
    • FREE Smoothie King Smoothies
    • Admission Ticket $5.00~Children under 12 admitted FREE
    • Madagascar 4 in 1 Combo Bouncy House
    • 50/50 Raffle, Prizes & Free Parking

    Proceeds benefit: Teneba’s Haven Outreach, Sierra Leon, Africa

    Event Location: CHRIST OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH FELLOWSHIP HALL - 304 Druid Hills Road, Temple Terrace, Florida

    Download the informational flyer here


  • July 25th, 2015
    City of Rosewood Tour
    Rosewood, FL

    The “Rosewood” massacre was a violent, racially motivated conflict that took place during the first week of January 1923 in rural Levy County, Florida. At least six blacks and two whites were killed, and the town of Rosewood was abandoned and destroyed during what was characterized as a race riot.

    Visit Bethune Cookman University in Daytona Beach, FL to see “Rosewood Archives.”

    Tour Includes Deluxe Motor Coach Transportation by Road Ready Tours

    Download the informational flyer here

    Adults: $45 per person

    Students 18 & Under: $35


  • Aug. 22nd, 2015
    L. B. Brown Historic House
    Bartow, FL

    See the historic sites of African American of Tampa, FL!
    Experience the legacy of former slave – From Slave to Entrepreneur.

    • Roundtrip transportation & tour guide
    • Tour of Keel & Curley Winery, Plant City, FL
    • Lunch @ “Smokin Aces BBQ” located at Winery (on your own)

    Download the informational flyer here

    Adults: $30 per person

    Students 18 & Under: $20


  • Nov. 6th-8th
    Mule Day
    Calvary, GA

    Tour includes:

    • Transportation
    • Hotel accommodations
    • Jack Hanley Black History Museum
    • Fish Fry& BBQ
    • All-you-can-eat Country Buffet

    Download the informational flyer here

    $239 pp

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