African American Heritage Tour of Washington DC

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Child 8-11
Child 7 and under
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An African American tour of Washington DC, including the Museum of African American History and Culture.

DC’s African American Heritage Tour

The tour begins at 401 F. NW at 9:30 a.m. and is narrated by a licensed tour guide of the city of Washington DC. The African American history tour makes stops at the following places:

  • Frederick Douglass house
  • African American Civil War Memorial
  • White House
  • Capitol
  • King Memorial
  • Lincoln Memorial

We also drive past the following Washington DC sites:

  • Howard University
  • Howard Theater
  • Historic U Street
  • Council of Negro Women headquarters
  • Metropolitan AME Church
  • Mary Bethune house
  • Carter G. Woodson house
  • Statue and Emancipation Park

At the end of the tour, you’re given a ticket to tour the Museum of African American History and Culture.

What to Bring

  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Please plan to wear clothing with expected weather conditions in mind

African American History