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Atlanta Black History and Civil Rights Tour

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Join us as we unfold time with this exciting Black History and Civil Rights tour. What better place to delve into African-American heritage than the home of the Civil Rights Movement? Showcasing historic sites and most talked about black historic neighborhoods like Summerhill, The West End, Downtown Atlanta and the Historic Sweet Auburn Ave District. During this 4 hour tour you will be immersed in black culture & arts, civil rights landmarks, groundbreaking HBCU’s, Tyler Perry Studios, along with famous hollywood Film & TV locations and more. These are some of the reasons Atlanta is known as the Black Mecca and one of the top destinations for Black History & Culture. This tour goes further than any other tour, allowing you to fully experience the historical and cultural significance of our groundbreaking city.
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Toni K wrote a review Jul 2020
Elberton, Georgia810 contributions63 helpful votes
Part of the Atlanta Beltline, Krog Street Tunnel is pretty dang cool. It's not good for much more than taking some fun pictures with color in the background, but I would suggest stopping by to check it out nonetheless! I would go in the daytime, though. The light is better and I can't imagine trying to get good shots with a flash at night.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Gabriel R wrote a review Mar 2020
Nashville, Tennessee39 contributions4 helpful votes
This is a cool spot. Everybody should go and see it as it is kind of famous in Atlanta. The reason that I gave it three stars is because there isn’t a lot to do. But it is a cool. It’s better to go see if you are in or around Krog street. Don’t feel like you need to drive from the other side of ATL to see this tunnel!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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livelife h wrote a review Nov 2019
Decatur, Georgia3,330 contributions295 helpful votes
This is a pretty dope spot. Their pictures on both sides of the tunnel as well as pictures outside of the tunnel. This is a very popular spot for people to take pictures.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Lori T wrote a review Oct 2019
Dawsonville, Georgia2,353 contributions274 helpful votes
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Intown Atlanta is a flourishing street art scene with impromptu graffiti and commissioned full-wall murals adding a vibrant flare to local neighborhoods. The Krog Street Tunnel is a concentration of colorful graffiti adorning the walls, columns, and entranceways to along tunnel which has separate lanes for traffic and a partitioned pedestrian sidewalk on each side. I parked on a street near Revolution Donut and walked, so I got to see the murals on nearby buildings as well as in the tunnel. If you are in the area and enjoy street art, stop here for a unique presentation.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Barefoot29 wrote a review Oct 2019
Powder Springs, Georgia187 contributions35 helpful votes
We were looking for someplace to take photos in Atlanta. The tunnel smelled of urine and had a lot of debri in it. I would recommend the surrounding streets though. We caught a graffiti artist painting and she was kind enough to let me take a photo of her art. My photos on the walls surrounding the tunnel were especially nice. I wouldn't suggest that you make a special trip but if you are in the area, do check it ou.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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