Boston Black Heritage Trail Guided Tour
Hosted by Racial Justice Working Group
The Black Heritage Trail is a 1.6-mile walking tour that explores the history of Boston’s 19th century African American community who primarily lived on the north slope of Beacon Hill.
When: Saturday, May 6th, 11:00 am
10:00am – Meet at the church if you would like to carpool to Boston.
11:00am – Meet us at the 54 th Regiment Memorial on Beacon Street, across from the State
House. Website: https://www.nps.gov/boaf/planyourvisit/index.htm
Cost: The tour is free, but please consider making a donation to the National Park Service for trail upkeep and/or tipping our tour guide. If you wish to visit the Museum of African American History before or after our tour, you will need to reserve tickets and there is an entry fee. Accessibility Information: This trail navigates a hill and consists of sharp inclines and small and uneven concrete sidewalks. Occasionally there are obstructions on the sidewalk that may be difficult to navigate around.
Please email Lori Janiuk – firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and phone number, please remember to indicate if you will be meeting us at the tour site or at the church. If you are willing to drive please include how many passengers you might be able to take in your vehicle. Thank you in advance!