Black History Tours African-American history in St. Augustine.
This 60-70 minute fully-narrated train tour takes you through historic Lincolnville, Florida’s first African-American community established by former slaves in 1866 highlights the significant African-American history in St. Augustine.
Follow in the footsteps of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. See where he was arrested during St. Augustine’s infamous 1964 civil rights demonstrations and learn how his arrest led directly to the signing of the landmark Civil Rights Act that summer.
Learn how the actions of Dr. King, Andrew Young, Jackie Robinson, and many others led directly to the signing of this landmark in tme.
Travel nearly 4 miles through each section of the Nation’s Oldest City and learn about the African who was Ponce De Leon’s right hand man, see where legendary Harlem renaissance author Zora Neale Hurston stayed when she lived in St. Augustine, and hear about the forgotten legacy of Fort Mose, the first free Black settlement in North America.
These private tours are available Monday Thru Friday for groups of 20 or more. Please give us a call 904-824-1606 about available times.
Prices vary according ages and to group size.
Please call our Group Tour Coordinator at 1-904-824-1606 for more details.
- School groups
- Family reunions
- Class Reunions
- Any groups of 20 or more