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History of Slavery Tour in Williamsburg

420 Francis St E Williamsburg, 23185 23185
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History of Slavery Tour in Williamsburg
Detail Duration: 1 hour
Detail Duration: 60 minutes
History of Slavery Tour in Williamsburg Schedule Schedule
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History of Slavery Tour in Williamsburg
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A person dressed in historical attire is working at a desk with documents and various old-fashioned items aroundA person dressed in historical attire is working at a desk with documents and various old-fashioned items aroundA person dressed in historical attire is working at a desk with documents and various old-fashioned items aroundA person dressed in historical attire is working at a desk with documents and various old-fashioned items around
The only tour in Williamsburg that gives the history of slavery in one presentation. We discuss what is and is not slavery. We debunk the myths that have been associated with slavery for generations. We are also the only tour that explores the impact on our modern society.
Itinerary
  1. Stops at: Colonial Williamsburg
    Our tour starts at the Windmill on Francis St where we will discuss the differences between domestic and plantation slavery the emergence of tobacco as the cash crop of Virginia and the labor involved.
    Duration: 15 minutes
  2. Stops at: Colonial Williamsburg Capitol Building
    In front of the Colonial Capitol building and talk about the origins of slavery in Virginia, the legal definition, and the laws passed to keep it in place.
    Duration: 15 minutes

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Includes:

  • Throughout the tour we will explore slavery and it's impact on our current society.


Does not include:
  • Colonial Williamsburg admission (Randolph house, courthouse)$49.99 (not required we do not enter).

Additional Information:
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels

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