Nashville, TN, USA

Media Arts Institute
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1 review
Sep 20 - 27, 2022
Group size: 1 - 25
Nashville, TN, USA

Media Arts Institute
  • Email address verified
1 review

Sep 20 - 27, 2022
Group size: 1 - 25

About this trip

7 Day Civil Rights History Tour


  1. Start Nashville
  2. End Birmingham

Nashville, Memphis, Jackson, Montgomery Selma Birmingham

+ Suggested Tips Tour Director $5 per day

+ Groups that book 10 or more persons will receive a 10% discount per passenger 

Featured Women


  1. Rosa Parks
  2. Daisy Bates
  3. Diane Nash
  4. Amelia Boynton
  5. Fannie Lou Hammer
  6. JoAnne Robinson
  7. Ida B Wells
  8. Ella Baker
  9. Septima Clark
  10. Dorothy Height
  11. Coretta Scott King
  12. Shyanne Webb
  13. JoAnn Bland


  1. The New Legacy Museum
  2. National Civil and Human Rights Museum
  3. National Museum of African American Music 
  4. National Civil Rights Museum
  5. STAX Soulsville Music Museum
  6. Slave Haven
  7. Birmingham Civil Rights Distract
  8. The 16th Street Baptist Church
  9. Selma -Edmond Pettus Bridge
  10. Memorial for Peace and Justice

DiverCity trailer

What’s included

  • 3-4 Star Hotel
  • 5 Hotels
  • 7 Breakfast
  • 4 Lunch
  • 4 Dinners with wine
  • 1 SME Certified
    Tour Manager
  • 1 Assistant Tour
  • Luxury coach
    with AC + Wifi
  • 10 Museums
  • Civil Rights History
    Trail Gift Book
  • Civil Rights Trail
    Swag Bag

What’s not included

  • Roundtrip Airfare

Available Packages

Double Occupancy
Deposit: $99
Single Occupancy

price per person

Deposit: $99

Your Organizer

Media Arts Institute
1 review
We design, manage and lead Civil Rights Themed Educational and Leisure tours for children and adults.


We had the best of experiences on this journey. Mr. B, Steve, Miles and even our bus driver, Josh, could not have done more for us. They were so generous in their time, attention, and with their immense knowledge of civil rights history and the blues. It was abundantly clear they wanted us to learn and have a great time. In fact, we did learn so much all while having tons of fun along the way with a fantastic small group of students and two professors from Switzerland. Even our bus rides on a state-of-art comfortable coach were made enjoyable with guide-curated blues music and pertinent segments of civil rights documentaries. The experience was intimate, personal, and immersive. Tours can offer so much when they are done well and right: expert guides, safe transport, visits to places one would never otherwise go, and new acquaintances and friends. I am thrilled I took this trip and look forward to another experience with Civil Rights Trail Tours. Go, Mr. B! And, thank you!!!
By Victoria D for Journey on The Mississippi Blues Trail on Jun 12, 2023