Birmingham Civil Rights Tour- Riding & Walking

Birmingham, United States
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Overview
Duration
3h
Languages
English
Voucher type
E-Ticket
What To Expect

On this three hour WALKING & DRIVING 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.

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Important info

Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller. Service animals allowed. Infants are required to sit on an adult’s lap. Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries. Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health. Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Subject to favorable weather conditions. If canceled due to significant weather (hurricane, tornado, or ice), you will be given the option of an alternative date or full refund. We will walk over a mile on the tour in temperatures anywhere between 40-100F. Guests must be able to walk unassisted at a reasonable speed.. Not recommended for those that cannot walk at least a mile. . Not recommended for those affected by cold/hot weather.

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What's included
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All taxes, fees and handling charges. Driver/guide. Air conditioned transportation. Live commentary on board. All activities
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Gratuities
Cancellation Policy
can-cancel You can cancel your tour until a day in advance
Provider
Red Clay Enterprises LLC
Meeting Point

I will be standing in front of the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute next to the Fred Shuttlesworth statue. There is a parking lot diagonal from the front of the Institute that is free to park in. There is also free street parking(no meters) & paid street parking(meters) around the start point.