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Montgomery Mystery Tour begins at Union Station located at 300 Water Street on the Alabama River is adjacent to the downtown commercial district which reflects the heyday of the road travel. This tour connects 16 historic sites in downtown Montgomery that played pivotal roles in the Civil Rights Movement, Civil War, and discovery of Alabama Music and Folklore Artists. We will journey to Peace and Justice sites where truth and reconciliation monuments engage participants in life altering conversation. Our guides will lead participants in Trivia about Alabama's History, Art, and Movie themed giveaways to winning participants. Participants should come prepared to laugh, cry, sing and discover Montgomery's most talked about hidden gems. If we tell you anymore, it's no longer a MYSTERY!
On this three hour tour, you’ll travel around Birmingham to learn about the struggle for equal rights from the end of the Civil War up through the Civil Rights movement. Your tour will begin at the statue of Reverend Fred Shuttlesworth, the leader of the local movement Civil Rights struggle. We’ll discuss why the Civil Rights movement was needed and what led to segregation's fall. As you visit the major churches, parks and houses, you'll learn about a few groups who fought for Civil Rights in Birmingham and who fought against it.
Like Mobile, Alabama this tour is quirky, fun, and interesting! Nothing is ever the same, there's bound to be a surprise sighting and if you're lucky, you will see it all, the Delta, gators, birds, dolphins, historical landmarks, Mobile Bay, a working port, naval vessels, large and interesting cargo ships up exceptionally close. Even if you don’t see all of those things, it will still be one of the most interesting tours you have ever enjoyed. Just like the city of Mobile, it's often a secret, but it's ALWAYS awesome.Includes: The most interesting water based tour in Alabama – You’ll experience the 4th largest, and most diverse, estuary in North America and the 10th busiest Port in the Nation.
This tour will take us to some of the most important sites that defined the Civil Rights Movement in America. Our journey will take us on a definitive and emotional story of the civil rights era that changed the fabric of American life and sparked a movement. From the pulpit where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. preached to the spot where Mrs. Rosa Parks refuse to give up her seat on a Montgomery City bus. Afterwards, we'll continue on to the Civil Rights Memorial center and many other sites related to the Civil Rights movement. It's been said that those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it.
On this 3 hr - 3.5 hour adventure around the "Magic City" we'll hit the historical highlights of Birmingham, AL. From the comforts of our intimate transportation we'll see the best of what this town has to offer and taste a few local treats along the way. To start we'll set our sights on the original rail lines and discuss Birmingham's origins. From there we'll make stops to learn about Birmingham's baseball history, the Civil Rights Movement and when the city was "The Industrial Capital Of the South." We might even head over to Legion Field, site of some 1996 Olympic soccer, or futbol, matches and Rickwood Field, oldest ballpark in America.
Explore the Battleship Memorial park in Mobile Alabama on a self-guided walking tour. Check out the historic Battleship USS Alabama, the Submarine USS Drum, tanks, artillery, and the amazing Aircraft Pavilion. The 100-acre battleship park will allow you to step back in time and see some of America's finest, battle tested ships and planes up close.