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African American National Historic Site

Take a glimpse into the past with a motorcoach trip to the African American National Historic Site located in Boston, MA. As you journey through the storied streets of Boston, you get to experience the heroic stories of trailblazing abolitionists and civil rights champions of the 18th and 19th centuries.

The African American National Historic Site encompasses the greatest concentration of buildings in the United States owned by Black people before the Civil War. On the northern side of Beacon Hill, there are about twenty sites. Despite tremendous opposition, the Black people fought slavery and inequity from within these historic structures, which served as homes, shops, schools, and churches.


African Meeting House & The Black Church

African Meeting House

Built in 1806, the African Meeting House is a registered National Historic Landmark and the oldest black church edifice still standing in the United States. Take a ride with us on this meticulously curated bus trip that offers visitors a rare opportunity to see historical exhibits and explore a building symbolizing the pursuit of liberty, where renowned abolitionists including Frederick Douglass gave speeches.

On this meticulously curated motorcoach trip, participants are exposed to historical facts about moments that shaped African American history. With each stop, the Diamond Tours motorcoach tour showcases the true expression of resilience and the enduring spirit of the African American community.

The Black Church

Get inspired by African American heritage as you embark on a captivating group bus tour to the Black Church. Diamond Tours motorcoach bus trip offers a transformative exploration of the iconic Black Church and immerses you in the captivating narratives of courageous congregations and the struggle for civil rights. 

Whether you are a history enthusiast or just eager to connect more with the American culture, our group tour of the Black Church promises an unforgettable experience that leaves you inspired. 


The Museum of African American History

The Museum of African American History

Dive into a world where history comes alive and where the struggles and triumphs of past generations are preserved.

With a collection of about 3,000 items, the Museum of African American History offers a comprehensive narrative of African-descended people, events, and places in America.

Our group motorcoach tour at the Museum of African American History located in Boston will involve participants engaging with a captivating collection of artifacts that show centuries of struggle and resilience. These historical items tell true stories of Boston’s free abolitionist community who constructed gathering places and networked with others to claim their rights and define their own identity.

Whatever your curiosity is, Diamond Tours offers a unique experience that will deepen your understanding of the American heritage.

Handicapped Accessibility and Gift Shop

Participants of our fascinating bus tour with limited mobility can reach the Museum of African American History via elevators, escalators, and ramps. The gift shop at the Museum offers a selection of carefully curated items inspired by the National Museum of African American History and Culture's collections and exhibitions. The store is operated and administered in conjunction with Smithsonian Enterprises.