MONTGOMERY TOURS

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TOUR WITH AN ORIGINAL CIVIL RIGHTS FOOT SOLDIER
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MONTGOMERY TOURS
The following tours are private for you and up to 13 guests on our heated and cooled signature tour bus.
If you have more than 14 guests, you must provide your own transportation and Jake will serve as your Step-On Tour Guide.
Three Hour Guided Tour
Private 3 hour tour beginning at 9am and 1pm for up to 14 guests on our heated and cooled signature tour bus! Experience some of the most important Montgomery, AL sites that defined the Civil Rights Movement in America as well as learn some unique Alabama History. This unique experience is an exclusive sighseeing tour with 1-2 stops for photo oportunities. Your experienced tour guide, Jake, will give you details about all the attractions you can visit after the tour during the rest of your stay. Book today to experience history directly from someone who was a part of it! Learn more about Jake, here. 
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Six Hour Guided Tour
Tours start at 9am and include a lunch stop
Get ready for a day you will never forget! Our 6 hour tour starts at 9am with a driving tour of historical sites around Montgomery, AL where you will learn beyond the textbooks and documentaries and see exactly where key points in history actually happened. This tour has at least three stops to any of the following locations:
- Civil Rights Memorial
- Rosa Parks Museum
- National Memorial for Peace and Justice
- Dexter Avenue Baptist Church & Parsonage

*Entrance fees are not included in tour price and entry depends on attraction hours of operation. Lunch is at your own expense*   
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The Alabama Tour Experience
Looking to make your trip to Alabama go beyond the city of Montgomery?
THE BIRMINGHAM EXPERIENCE


A.K.A. "BOMBING-HAM" This private tour takes you and up to 14 guest to: Kelly Ingram Park, the Civil Rights Institute and the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church all while getting a full history of the movement during the era.

THE SELMA TO MONTGOMERY VOTING RIGHTS MARCH EXPERIENCE

Experience the same route of the THE 1965 SELMA TO MONTGOMERY VOTING RIGHTS marchers to visit: The Lowndes County Interpretive Center, Brown Chapel AME Church, walk The Edmund Pettus Bridge and more!

THE TUSKEGEE EXPERIENCE 


Visit Moton field,where African-American military pilot candidates trained during World War II, have lunch at Tuskegee University, stop by the George Washington Carver Museum and end with a visit to the home of Booker T Washington!   
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