Embark on a profound educational journey with Educational Tours to key civil rights locations, including Birmingham, Selma, Montgomery, and Atlanta, where students bear witness to the transformative moments that shaped the nation’s struggle for equality. In Birmingham, the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and the 16th Street Baptist Church offer poignant insights into the challenges faced during the Civil Rights Movement. Selma, immortalized by the historic Selma to Montgomery marches, provides students with a visceral connection to the fight for voting rights. In Montgomery, the Rosa Parks Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice commemorate pivotal figures and events, while Atlanta, the birthplace of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., offers an immersive exploration of his legacy at the King Center and Ebenezer Baptist Church. These impactful experiences foster a deep understanding of the ongoing pursuit of justice, inspiring students to become agents of positive change in their communities.
See the suggested Educational Tour package(s) below for a Civil Rights field trip. Please know that Educational Tours can customize any trip itinerary specific to a school’s needs.
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Travel to historic Memphis & Nashville for a fun-filled learning adventure. Visit the USS Constitution. See where Paul Revere took his famous midnight ride. Tour the historic towns of Lexington and Concord. See the Minute Man Statue.