Footsteps to Freedom: Black History Tour
  • Footsteps to Freedom: Black History Tour

    Stand in the very location where Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his famous, “I Have a Dream” speech forever changing the lives of millions with his words!  See the Freedom Plaza. Originally known as Western Plaza, the plaza was renamed in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., who worked on his "I Have a Dream" speech in the nearby Willard Hotel. In 1988, a time capsule containing a Bible, a robe, and other relics of Dr. King's was planted at the site. It will be reopened in 2088.

    • Round-trip Motor Coach Transportation, 2 Breakfasts at Hotel, 2 Dinners, Visit the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site, Lincoln’s Emancipation, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, National Museum of African American History and Culture, African American Civil War Museum, Stop at Mary McLeod Bethune House, Walk Through the Kennedy Center, Guided Tour of Arlington National (Including Tram), Enjoy an Illuminated Monument Driving Tour (Drive by the Marine Corps Memorial (Iwo Jima Statue), the Air Force Memorial, the Washington Monument, Freedom Plaza & Willard Hotel), Stop at the National World War II Memorial, a White House photo opportunity and Taxes and Gratuity (gratuity for guide and driver is included).

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