Philadelphia Black History Walking Tour

Philadelphia, Egyesült Államok

Az élményprogram házigazdája Raina

  1. 90 perc
  2. Az élményprogram nyelve: angol
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A vendégek szerint különleges és egyedi.
Kiváló értékelésű házigazdák
Raina otthonát a vendégek 100%-a 5 csillaggal értékelte.

Mit fogunk csinálni?

The tour will commence at the Independence Visitor's Center with an introduction to the topic of Black History during the colonial period. You will hear about the role that Black Americans played in the founding of the nation. The group will continue to the President’s House and hear about the 9 enslaved people who were held there. The group will hear about Martha Washington's handmaid who ran away to escape slavery. At the next stop you will see where The Fugitive Slave Act 1793 was passed.

The next stop is Congo Square where people of African descent held celebrations. It is also a potter's field where free and enslaved Africans are still buried to this day. The next stop is Mother Bethel AME Church. There is where the African Methodist Episcopal Church was established and is the oldest piece of real estate owned by people of African descent in the United States.

You will hear about the liberation of a woman whose owner attempted to abduct her back into slavery and the trial of her rescuers.

You will also see the traditional sites of Independence Hall, liberty bell, Congress Hall, and much more

Other things to note
Masks are required.

We will be walking approximately 1.5 miles for the tour on uneven and cobblestoned surfaces. Please wear comfortable and sturdy footwear.

We will continue the tour during light rain.
The tour will commence at the Independence Visitor's Center with an introduction to the topic of Black History during the colonial period. You will hear about the role that Black Americans played in the founding of the nation. The group will continue to the President’s House and hear about the 9 enslaved people who were held there. The group will hear about Martha Washington's handmaid who ran away to escape slavery. At the next stop you will se…

Íme Raina, a házigazdád

2019 óta házigazda az Airbnb-n
  • 82 vélemény
  • Személyazonosság igazolva
I was born and raised in Philadelphia and I love my City. I have a formal education in history and historical research. I also went to law school. I'm naturally bubbly, friendly and approachable.

I have a guide that gives tours on The Black Journey. His name is Mijuel. He has a degree in history and political science.
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Hol leszünk?

Independence Hall,
The President’s House - 9 of George Washington's slaves lived here,
Congress Hall,
First U.S. Supreme Court, Congo square where free and enslaved Black people held festivals
Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary War Soldier, Mother Bethel AME Church, Walnut Street Prison

82 vélemény alapján az értékelése 5/5,0.

Sheba
2021. október
Tour was amazing. My bf and I went to Philly for the weekend and I booked this tour last min. So glad I did! We learned so much. Miguel was respectful and very knowledgeable about the history of Philly. Book this tour. You will not be disappointed.
Charles
2021. szeptember
Thank you for the insight and education. It is worth the time and money. He is very knowledgeable and heartfelt connection to the city.
Josh
2021. szeptember
This tour was great, I’d strongly recommend doing this tour before taking a traditional history tour to understand the parts of the story that most tours don’t share
Tiffany
2021. augusztus
Raina was a sweetie from beginning to end! Very informative tour guide and she left me with information that I will never forget. Thank you for that, highly recommend for tourists like myself :)
Kevin
2021. augusztus
This is such a great window into the experience of Black Philadelphians around the Independence maneuvering going on in the US in the 1700 and 1800’s. Raina did a great job connecting the Black experience to the reality of the times. I recommend this tour to any student of history wanting a fuller insight into America, our leaders, and the reality for African Americans. The characters change but the struggle remains the same.
Lakesha
2021. augusztus
It's Key, Philly Baby born and raised (where I spend most of my days😅. I LOVED the tour. I learned from the tour which is why I attended to learn something I knew I probably didn't learn, hear about growing up in Philly🙄. I have been spreading the word about the tour and I Pray much success for it and her future plans for it🙏🏾

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6 hely érhető el
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