African Diaspora Heritage Trail
The African Diaspora Heritage Trail is an important part of Bermuda’s history. Come join us on this fascinating, half-day journey to learn more about Bermuda's history, customs and traditions.
Aspects of the history, customs, culture and experiences of slaves and their descendants in Bermuda have been officially designated by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as part of the Slave Route Project and therefore must be preserved.
Come join us on this fascinating journey to learn more about the heritage of Bermuda. On this tour, you will see the Tucker House Museum in St. George, Pilot Darrell's Square in St. George, the commissioner's house at the Royal Naval Dockyard, St. Peter's Church, the Bermuda Maritime Museum and Cobbs Hill Methodist Church, the oldest existing Methodist building in Bermuda (built by Slaves and free blacks).
This tour includes time for lunch, however your meal is not included in the tour.
Please note that this tour does not include any entrance fees.