African-American Heritage Trail Walking Tour

  • 17 Nov 2018
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Carter G. Woodson African American History Museum at 2240 9th Ave. S.
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  • Tour is free for members. Use this ticket to become a member now and waive the tour ticket price.
  • Tour is free for members. Use this ticket to become a member now and waive the tour ticket price.

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Preserve the 'Burg is excited to offer this special tour in partnership with the African American Heritage Association along the "Deuces" (22nd St. S.), the vibrant main street of St. Pete’s African American community during the segregation era. Today, 22nd St. remains a part of what makes St. Pete special and it is the locale of the city's African-American heritage trail. The tour will be led by Gwendolyn Reese, a member of the City's Historic Preservation Commission, who will offer some of her reflections and experiences in growing up in the neighborhood. She offers tour participants a heart felt and fascinating look at a part of the  'Burg that has often been overlooked but has a fascinating history.

PTB members are free.  Guests and non-members are $10/person. Tour reservations are recommended.

Contact:
Preserve the 'Burg
P.O. Box 838
St. Petersburg, FL 33731
(727) 824-7802
info@preservetheburg.org
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