Where theatre gets real in Charleston
Join an historian for a half-hour program and conversation focusing on the institution of slavery and the enslaved people whose labor built and maintained Middleton Place.
Explore the influence & experience of African Americans in Charleston from the brutality of slavery, through the struggle & oppression after, to the fight for civil rights.
Drayton Hall’s interpretive presentation and exhibits on slavery and the post-Civil War era have won acclaim for their accuracy in African-American history interpretation.
Visit the new IAAM
Reading room, archives & scheduled tours. 1990 Carolopolis Award. Beautifully restored facility, site of former Avery School built in 1865. Includes art, historical exhibits.
A Gullah Geechee Tour showcasing Charleston's rich Black History. Immerse yourself in the culture with a certified native born Gullah speaking historian. Bin yah not come yah.
Come experience the African Americans contributions to Charleston. A top 6 standout Black History Tour in the US from California to Charleston by Conde Nast Traveler.
Native Gullah historian teaching Unspoken Black African American Slave History "da Root" of Charleston’s politics, religion & Slavery.
Gullah Tours explores the places, history and stories that are relevant to the varied contributions made by black Charlestonians. Reservations suggested.
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.
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