The history of African American progress.
Do you have what it take to be a Freedom Fighter? Looking back on history, it’s easy for students to say they would have been a Civil Rights activist. But the decision gets harder when they are confronted with real-time decisions that require them to show courage, determination and discipline to stick together in a non-violent struggle.
All Guided School Tours are from 10am-12pm Monday-Friday*.
*If a school tour is booked on a Monday, please note that the museum is not open to the general public. Atlanta History Center will provide schools full access to the designated tour areas. However, additional spaces, exhibitions, historic homes, gardens, and the museum shop will be closed. The outdoor picnic areas are still available for groups that choose to have lunch onsite.
This tour is for 5th grade and above.
SS5H6ab (Jim Crow laws, key events and people of the Civil Rights Movement)
SS8H11bc (Role of individuals, groups, events in the Civil Rights Movement; resistance to Civil Rights Act and the role of Lester Maddox)
SSUSH21d (growth, influence and tactics of civil rights groups and individuals)
Tour size is limited to 125 students.
The cost is $10 per student. Guided tours require one chaperone (admitted free) per 10 students. Admission for each additional chaperone is $10.
A non-refundable $75 deposit is due 14 days after confirmation is received.
Full payment is due 3 weeks prior to the date of your visit to guarantee your reservation for all tours. If booking less than 3 weeks in advance, full payment is due immediately.
Your payment is not refundable if you cancel your school tour and do not reschedule.
To reschedule your tour, you must notify the Atlanta History Center at least 3 days in advance of your tour date. Your payment can be applied towards your new date. There is a $25 administrative fee to reschedule your tour.
Funding for Atlanta History Center’s school programs is generously provided by:
- Zeist Foundation
- Wells Fargo
- Fulton County Arts Council
- Georgia Council for the Arts
- The Connolly Family Foundation
- The Ray M. and Mary Elizabeth Lee Foundation
- The Frances Wood Wilson Foundation
- The Emily Winship Scott Foundation
- The John and Mary Franklin Foundation
- Massey Charitable Trust
- The Besse Johnson and George Blanton Allen Memorial Foundation
This event has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the human endeavor.
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