St. Augustine Black Heritage & Civil Rights Tours
4 p.m. on the third Saturday of the month, June 16 – Oct. 20, 2018
The St. Augustine Black Heritage & Civil Rights Tours are offered by City Walks Food & Wine Tours on the third Saturday of the month from June 16 to October 20, 2018. The tour departs from the offices of Tour St. Augustine at 4:00 p.m.
The one-hour tour provides a comprehensive introduction to the role St. Augustine has played in the the history of Africans and African Americans in the U.S., encompassing several historic blocks.
The remarkable story of Africans in St. Augustine began with the founding of the city itself in 1565, when Pedro Menendez landed here, along with his crew that included three Africans. The first free black settlement in the U.S. was established in St. Augustine in 1738 at Fort Mose.
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After enjoying the Black Heritage & Civil Rights Tour come back to Carriage Way Inn Bed & Breakfast and relax in one of our premium rooms, like our Gold Room.
The Gold Room
Located at the rear of our secluded Cottage and decorated in Industrial Chic, it has a private Entrance and Courtyard. The Gold Room has an iron King size canopy bed, large English imported wardrobe and antique dresser. The Jacuzzi tub for 2 with rainhead shower and dual body sprays is romantically placed in the room with separate enclosed water closet. Book this room now!