Black History Detroit Group Tours
Journey to Midnight!
Midnight (code for Detroit) was one of the most desired stops on the Underground Railroad because it represented the final stop before achieving freedom in Canada, which slaves called “Canaan.”
Black History Windsor Group Tours
Slavery to Freedom!
The Underground Railroad was not a railroad nor was it underground. It was the name of the network of people who hid and guided slaves and refugees as they followed the North Star to Canada – to freedom!
Take a memorable African American Group Tours? The African-American legacy is rich with stories spanning continents and centuries. Let Great Adventure Tours experienced staff plan all of your African American Group Tours Packages, African American Small Group Tours.
One of the long term exhibits at the Charles H Wright Museum of African American History that your group will view is a stylized super-structure of a slaving vessel, its’ hold, filled with Africans being brought to North America for sale, a very moving sight!
Your Group will discover this extraordinary cultural heritage as you explore the Detroit, Windsor and Niagara Falls sites and sounds drawn from the roots of African-American History.
See the first permanent settlement of fugitive slaves at the Sandwich First Baptist Church where it still stands today.
Have your group visit the historic site of Uncle Tom's Cabin and also walk through a log cabin built in 1846 as a terminus for the Underground Railway at John Freeman Walls Historic Site.
A must see site is the Elgin Settlement founded in North Buxton where a community grew to a population of 1500 fugitive slaves.
Step back in time with your group and experience the history and stories on this African American Group Tours, it will be a tour that your group will remember always !