Black History Vacations

Create a Black History Vacation for your family and visit Atlanta and Memphis. Atlanta stands as one of the most important cities in American history. Memphis neighborhoods tell tales of the South to all its visitors. Segregation and hostile race relations gave birth to America’s Civil Rights Movement in Atlanta, led by an Atlanta minister – the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. See where this Movement is chronicled at the National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis. Visit Atlanta and Memphis and make your Black History Vacation the experience of a lifetime.







Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s visit to Memphis in 1968 would forge history. Marching in support of the Memphis Sanitation Worker's Strike, he delivered his legendary “I Have Been to the Mountaintop” speech. Hear it at the National Civil Rights Museum. Visit Memphis and tour the museum which chronicles the Civil Rights struggle.


Walk Auburn Avenue and experience the Sweet Auburn District, one of the oldest historically Black neighborhoods in Atlanta. Home to several different festivals every year, Auburn Avenue has been called “The Greatest Street on the Planet.” Take a stroll through Sweet Auburn when you visit Atlanta!