Did you know that St. Augustine
was home to the very first free Black settlement in America, located at Fort Mose? Or that local demonstrations helped lead to the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964? Or that Dr.
Martin Luther King stayed here and completed some of his most important works? St. Augustine's Black Heritage has played a crucial role in America's history for centuries. Let us share these important stories with you!
St. Augustine Black Heritage Tours is proud to be a partner of the city's oldest and most trusted receptive tour operator company, Tour Saint Augustine Inc. This partnership allows us to offer you the very best in custom group tour packages and event planning; including local attractions and tours, historic events, accommodations, group dining transportation, entertainment and much more... all at the most affordable rates. From start to finish we'll ensure your experience is memorable and enriching, while treating you and your group to world-class guest service you deserve.
We believe in community- That's why we offer FREE Historic Walking Tours focusing on Black History & Civil Rights on select Saturdays throughout the year. These tours are graciously sponsored by St. Augustine City Walks, the area's premier historic walking tour company. Tours encompass several historic blocks and are approximately 1 hr in length, departing most Saturday afternoons from the office on 4 Granada Street. All are welcome! City ordinance limits tours to 26 ppl per guide, so reserve your tour spot early. Private group tours are available for booking at a nominal fee.
St. Augustine Black Heritage & Civil Rights Tours Inc.
(Thank You for supporting our partners & sponsors, who make this possible)
St. Augustine Attractions Association
Florida Humanities Council
Tour St. Augustine, Inc.
St. Augustine City Walks
Ghost Tours of St. Augustine, Inc.
"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy" -Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Fort Mose State Park