African American History
Boston pioneered the Abolitionist movement to destroy the institution of slavery in America. While often facing prejudice equal to any in the South, men and women of color in this city have long been at the forefront of the fight for equal rights. From Crispus Attucks to Frederick Douglass, black citizens of Boston have fought tooth and nail for freedom. From Phyllis Wheatley to slaves whose names are only now being rediscovered and recognized, the unsung heroes can often be the most profound ones in our memories.
Meet the men and women, black and white, who helped fight inequity in the British empire, and continued the fight that has led to today’s America.
Robert Gould Shaw/54th Regiment
Colonel George Middleton House
African Meeting House
Abiel Smith School
MA State House
Granary Burying Ground
Old South Meeting House
Boston Massacre Site
Bill Russell Statue
Boston City Hall
Faneuil Hall/Dock Square
Private Tours begin at $270.00 (+tax), which covers a group of up to 10 guests for up to two hours.
Small group tours longer than two hours are $135.00 (+tax) per hour per guide.
For customized tours in groups larger than 10, please contact us for pricing.
This tour can be delivered in Corporate attire, Colonial Period dress, or Victorian-era Dress, as requested.
Please note that this is a specialty tour and subject to availability. Not all of our guides know/are able to deliver this tour at the quality and knowledge level we require of our staff. Thanks for understanding.
At the moment, we have not received any requests to speak of that we have been unable to fulfill.