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African American history has shaped the city we know today. There are many African American tours offered where you can learn about slavery in the south, the Civil Rights Movement in Charleston, and the unique culture and art derived from African American traditions still alive today.
America’s oldest preserved plantation house still open to the public. Admission includes house tour, Connections program, African-American cemetery, nature walks, and more.Website
Come see why Magnolia is SC's "Most Visited Plantation" and why Magnolia is the only garden in South Carolina selected as one of "America's Most Beautiful Gardens."Website
History walking tour in Upper King area. Starts at Kudu Coffee, 4 Vanderhorst. Charleston Museum entry included. Black leaders, educators, churches, slavery, & civil rights.Website
Charleston is an important place to learn more about African-American history and culture. Key events have shaped the city's growth and development.Website
Frankly Charleston explores the rich black history of Charleston. Our tour will allow you to learn of Africans' journey and many contributions. Call or email for reservations.Website
Native Charlestonian Gullah historian teaching mysteries of his Gullah culture. Ancient Black African American sacred secrets from "cross da wada" never heard before.Website
Explore the sites relevant to the culture & traditions of the African-Americans history in Charleston. Given by a Gullah speaking Charlestonian whose relatives were slaves.Website
Explore Charleston's Black history and Gullah/Geechee culture from a Black perspective in our 1, 2 & 2 1/2 hour motorized Black History, Porgy & Bess and Sea Islands Tours.Website
The city’s most unique carriage tour. Explore the impact of West African culture on the Lowcountry, from the days of slavery to the Civil Rights Movement.Website