Celebrate Juneteenth Black Cultural Heritage Walking Tours

Miami, FL, USA

Duration: 1 day
Group size: 6 - 25
Celebrate Juneteenth Black Cultural Heritage Walking Tours
Miami, FL, USA

Duration: 1 day
Group size: 6 - 25

About this trip

Don't let Juneteenth be just another day off work! Let's celebrate Juneteenth together! 

Join us as we celebrate Juneteenth in Miami! Experience Black culture and heritage on our historian-led walking tours in Historic Overtown, Little Havana and Little Haiti for a 90-minute transformative experience that also shares the significance of Juneteenth!

What may be known to some as Black Independence Day, Jubilee Day or Emancipation Day acknowledges the day, June 19th, as the emancipation of African Americans who were enslaved.

Juneteenth is an annual observance to celebrate the date Union soldiers enforced the Emancipation Proclamation freeing all remaining slaves in Galveston, Texas, on June 19, 1865. Texas was the last state in rebellion, following the end of the Civil War, to allow enslavement. Although the rumors of freedom were widespread prior to this, actual emancipation was not announced in the last state practicing enslavement until General Gordon Granger came to Galveston, Texas and issued General Order #3, on the "19th of June", almost two and a half years after President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation.

Taste authentic Caribbean, southern and cuban cuisine. Experience Miami's rich Black culture through the history, food, music, dance, art and meeting locals.

Tours available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 10:00am, 12:30pm, 1:30pm. Join us for all three tours and save!

Meet up with our local expert guides and celebrate Juneteenth with us, the premier source for Black cultural heritage tours! Space limited! Book today!

There's no better way to celebrate this day of freedom! 

Why Book with Us?

  • This tour is planned and guided by a Black-owned tour operator that has partnered with other Black-owned local businesses and cultural attractions to level the playing field for underrepresented businesses and neighborhoods to actively participate in the travel and tourism industry. When you book with us, you are helping to sustain these small businesses. Plus, you will meet locals in off the beaten path neighborhoods who will immerse you in their rich Black cultural heritage.
  • 10% of profits from our itineraries are donated to our non-profit partner, Cultural Heritage Economic Alliance, Inc., to provide technical assistance and capacity building to our tour partners from underserved communities.
  • Each of our tours are designed to bridge the past to the present, and offer a broader narrative of the American Black experience, sights and stories that are little known or unknown.

What’s included

  • Meals
    Food Tasting + Bottled Water
  • Guided Tours
    90 Minute Walking Tour of Historic Overtown, Little Haito or Little Havana
  • Activity
    Enjoy complimentary activities in Little Haiti, Historic Overtown or Little Havana
  • Transportation

Available Packages

Little Havana Walking Tour (10am)

90-minute walking tour of Little Havana

Historic Overtown Walking Tour (12:30pm)
Available until 2 days before departure

90-minute walking tour of Historic Overtown

Little Haiti Walking Tour (1:30pm)
Available until 2 days before departure

90-minute walking tour of Little Haiti

Two Neighborhood Walking Tours
Available until 2 days before departure

Select two 90-minute walking tours.

We'll request your choices during check-out.

Three Neighborhood Walking Tours
Available until 3 days before departure

Select three 90-minute walking tours and experience rich Black cultural heritage in Historic Overtown, Little Haiti and Little Havana. Schedule same day or alternative available dates.



Historic Overtown Tour
Explore Black Cultural Heritage in Historic Overtown

Become immersed in rich Black history and culture found in Historic Overtown, one of the oldest neighborhoods within the original boundaries of the City of Miami. Adjacent to downtown Miami, Overtown is bordered on the north by N.W. 21st Street, to the south by N.W. 6th Street, the east by N.W. 1st Avenue and on the west by 1-95.

Segregated by both custom and laws, it began as “Colored Town” at the turn of the 20th century. The area was assigned and limited to black workers who built and serviced the railroad, streets and hotels. The success of Miami’s pioneer tourist industry depended on the labor of black workers from the Bahamas and the Southern states. For more than 50 years, they were the primary work force in Miami.

Your Organizer

Black Cultural Heritage Tours Collection
Powered by Cultural Heritage Alliance for Tourism, Inc. (CHAT), The Black Cultural Heritage Tours Collection curates single + multi-day immersive Black cultural heritage tour experiences, and connections to the people and places that have shaped communities and culture from the past to the present. As the premiere Black-owned receptive tour operator in the U.S., our tours offer transformative experiences for culturally curious travelers while driving economic benefits to help sustain underrepresented Black-owned businesses.