The Civil Rights Museum Tour of America visits ten important civil rights museums and sites in Washington, DC, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama and North Carolina over a period of 6 days and 5 nights. 

The first tour will take place from 30 June 2024 to 5 July 2024, and is run in collaboration with Trafalgar Tours. The tours costs $2,980.00 twin share, $935.00 single supplement. For more information, see the Trafalgar Tours site.

The tour culminates in a Leadership Academy and a formal dinner in Washington, DC.


Tour map

Museums and sites to be visited

Practical information

We are pleased to partner with Trafalgar Tours as our Tour operator. Trafalgar have implemented rigorous health and wellbeing protocols to protect all travelers. Their global protocols and procedures have been awarded the WTTC (World Travel and Tourism Council) Safe stamp. More information about these procedures is available on the Trafalgar website.

Trafalgar also offers a Travel Protection Plan, allowing travelers the flexibility to cancel their trip for ANY reason, up to 24 hours before departure.

We are also very pleased that Trafalgar Tours had made such an effort to create its “How We Tread Right” sustainability strategy with ambitious goals across climate action, sustainable food production, responsible consumption, diversity, equity and inclusion, and animal welfare. You can read Trafalgar’s latest impact report.

For more information on the tour, see the Trafalgar Tours site.

For a more detailed look, see the attached flyer.

For a presentation on the Tour, please check out the video below:

Photo credits: Mahatma Gandhi Memorial (Ron Cogswell, CC BY2.0); King Center, Atlanta, GA (Adam Jones, PhD, CC BY-SA 2.0); MLK National Historic Site, Atlanta, GA (wallyg, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0); Rosa Parks Library and Museum, Montgomery, AL (Ron Cogswell, CC BY 2.0); Montgomery Civil Rights Memorial, Montgomery, AL (ElvinW, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0); Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church (Jeremy Thompson, CC BY 2.0) Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Birmingham, AL (really boring, CC BY-NC-ND 2.0); National Civil Rights Museum, Memphis, TN (Goamick, CC BY-SA 2.0).