Join us for a journey back in time and learn about African American heroes who contributed greatly to civil rights and the freedoms that later followed in America today.There is no other city that is so closely linked to the Civil Rights movement. Montgomery, Alabama boasts several historic landmarks, civil museums and is also where Dr. Martin Luther King lived. Not only will participants on this tour see historic Montgomery, we will also visit Tuskegee Alabama!
This is a full day 12-hour tour that will take you back in time through the Civil Rights Movement in the South. We will travel from downtown Atlanta to Tuskegee and Montgomery Alabama. We will Visit the Tuskegee Institute and Library, George Washington Carver Museum, the incredible Civil Rights Memorial which will tells the story of the 1961 Freedom Rides that ended racial segregation in public transportation. You will also Visit the Dexter King Church and Parsonage Home which was Martin Luther King's residence from September 1954 to February 1960. The travel time to Tuskegee from Atlanta is 2 hours on a motor coach bus and will depart at 8:00 AM from 655 Spring St. Atlanta GA and will return at 8:00 PM. Lunch included in the cost,participants will pay for there own dinner.