Alabama Civil Rights Tourism Association Civil Rights Tours
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Alabama Civil Rights Tourism Association Civil Rights Tours

Imagine being in the living room of the private home where Dr. King always stayed while in Selma or in the kitchen of his own home in Montgomery where he had an epitome that gave him strength to become the leader that he was.

Tours planned by the Alabama Civil Rights Tourism Association are in conjunction with a consortium of twenty African-American Civil Rights Heritage Sites; some are famous, such as Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Dexter Avenue / King Memorial Baptist Church and Brown Chapel in Selma while others are very significant though not as well known.

As a non-profit operating the tours, the objective is to share living history with travelers while earning tourism revenue for all the sites, their communities and the people who live there. For more details, including dates of tours, go to our website.

103 Brookwood Drive Troy, AL 36081
https://civilrightstourism.org/
This experience may be open for on-site visitation; however, offerings and/or operating procedures may have changed due to COVID-19. Please verify details before you go and visit the COVID-19 Resources page for more information.

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  • 103 Brookwood Drive
  • Troy, AL 36081
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