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We Shall Overcome: A Williamsburg Black History Experience

105 Nassau St , The Bray School Williamsburg, VA 23185
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We Shall Overcome: A Williamsburg Black History Experience
Detail It lasts approximately 1.5 hours and includes approximately 1 mile of easy walking.
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
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We Shall Overcome: A Williamsburg Black History Experience
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Williamsburg, VA is a historic city, and there are so many things to discover and learn about via a fun sightseeing tour. With tickets to the We Shall Overcome: A Williamsburg Black History Experience, guests will be able to gain insight into black history in the area while learning all about Williamsburg along the way. 

About the Tour


This walking tour paves the way for guests to learn about black history in Williamsburg. It lasts approximately As a historic location, Williamsburg was home to many important events throughout the Civil War and the subsequent Civil Rights Movement. Visitors will be able to learn about the impact of these events on black history while learning all about important Civil Rights figures of Williamsburg. It is a wonderful way to learn about African American history in Williamsburg while discovering the landmarks and points of interest that impacted Williamsburg. 

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 Stop at  Colonial Williamsburg Magazine
The Magazine is an important piece of Colonial Williamsburg's history. The historic landmark gives insight into the American Revolution, and it allows guests to learn about the history of the area. It is an intriguing landmark and has a lot to offer!
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 Stop at  Peyton Randolph House
Home to more than 20 enslaved people, the Peyton Randolph House is a historic home and museum in Colonial Williamsburg. It is also one of the city's oldest buildings. This beautiful home is completely restored and offers an interesting vantage point into the past. Get out and experience its history and learn about the slaves that kept the home running on this tour.
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 Stop at  Site of Original First Baptist Church of Williamsburg
The tour begins at the Historic First Baptist Church on Scotland Street. This historic church was important to black history, as it was created by a group of both enslaved and free African Americans who wanted a place that they could worship in their own way. The church was first led by Reverend Moses. Rev Moses was a free black preacher who, along with his congregation, gathered secretly for songs and prayer. This grew the church, and it became the pinnacle for black Baptists in Williamsburg and beyond.

Visitors who are looking for a way to pay homage to those who impacted Williamsburg the most will enjoy this fascinating tour. As it allows guests to view the historic points of interest while seeing Colonial Williamsburg and learning its history, this tour is certain to be a remarkable addition to your itinerary in the area. Explore the streets of Williamsburg and learn about its rich black history on the We Shall Overcome: A Williamsburg Black History Experience tour.

Frequently Asked Questions for We Shall Overcome: A Williamsburg Black History Experience:
  • What methods of transportation does the We Shall Overcome: A Williamsburg Black History Experience use?
    Walking tour.
  • Is there any walking involved?
    Yes. There is approximately 1 mile of easy walking done on this tour.
  • Approximately how long does the We Shall Overcome: A Williamsburg Black History Experience last?
    It lasts approximately 1.5 hours.
  • For what ages is the tour appropriate?
    Great for all ages.
  • What type of dress & footwear are recommended?
    Wear comfortable shoes.
  • Is photography / video recording allowed on the We Shall Overcome: A Williamsburg Black History Experience?
    Yes.

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