The African/American History Tour is one of the most treasured tours of Martha's Vineyard.
See the sights of the underground railroad stops during slavery times.
Visit Rebecca Amos Farm - one of the first slaves on Martha's Vineyard.
Get up close and personal with Shearer Cottage and speak with the relatives of Charles Shearer, the first slave to bring the Af/Am Heritage to Oak Bluffs.
Admire the house that Martin Luther King resided in where he was inspired to write the "I Have A Dream" speech.
Photo ops available.
For groups larger than 5 and up to 15 people please contacted me for a quote.
There are many sights to see on the Af/Am History tour.
We go through 4 of the 6 towns on Martha's Vineyard.
There are a total of 17 sites just in Oak Bluffs, which is a more popular tour when time is an issue, otherwise we can stop and see all 27 sites on the Vineyard.
Many photo opportunities available.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will come to you and pick you up.
Please enter name of ferry and its arrival or hotel you are staying at.
End location: There may be plans of dropping off at a different location other than where we started. This will be discussed during the tour and we have many suggestions on where to shop and dine.
Duration: 3 hours
Ford Explorer XLT 4X4
People with mobility issues must be able to get in and out of car.
*6 - 15 seat mini bus available with Wheelchair Accessibility. Please contact me for a quote.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 USD - Souvenirs