Discover Atlanta history thanks to this morning tour.
At 10:00, you will meet with your guide at the King National Historical Park entrance, next to the Behold Monument. From there will start your tour of the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, where you will hear the story of Martin Luther King Jr., with an in-depth look at the people and locations that inspired him.
During this tour, you will not only learn more about the history of Atlanta, how important it is for the United States and why, but also get to explore some of the city landmarks. You will visit the Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, see the notable artifacts in the King Center, visit Prince Hall Grand Lodge, a hidden treasure in the Civil Rights Movement, hear interesting and entertaining stories about Dr. King and the many Civil Rights leaders in Atlanta, and of course, take in the very impressive views of the Jackson Street Bridge.
Travel insurance (is mandatory you purchase appropriate insurance for this trip thinking in your personal needs)
Accessible transportation between sites
Snacks & Beverages
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
– Please note that this is a walking tour. Keep in mind that even though Downtown Atlanta is very flat, some of the pavements are uneven and broken. Assistance will be provided whenever required.
– The same price applies to all travelers. For this reason, when booking on our website, it is important to select the total number of people traveling, whether with or without a disability.
– The tour will take place, no matter what the weather is like. Please bring a bottle of water, and an umbrella / rain protection in case of bad weather.
– This tours takes place Thursday to Monday between 15 October and 15 March, and everyday the rest of the year excluding major public holidays).
Entrance to the King National Historical Park.