At this time the Foundation is offering self-guided tours only. An online copy of the trail brochure is available here, or pick up a printed copy at the Visit Tuscaloosa Visitors Center, 1900 Jack Warner Pkwy Tuscaloosa, AL 35401.
We know this is an inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we build an even better guided tour experience. If you wish to be on a list to be notified when guided tours resume, please email us at email@example.com.
To request a guided group tour of the Civil Rights Trail for groups of 10 to 20 people, please complete this form. Donations of any amount are welcome.
Please do not compete this form.
No, but the Foundation does accept donations at all levels to help defray the expenses of the tour guide and the bus.
No more than 20; however, we can take a charter bus or your own bus, if you have one.
There are two or three stops where the attendees will get off the bus for a brief walk to a marker and/or memorial. Most will be on level sidewalks, but one stop will involve walking on grass and a gravel pathway.
An abbreviated guided tour lasts approximately 90 minutes. Your tour, however, can be tailored based on how much time your group has available, whether more or less than 90 minutes.
The guided tours are given by members of the Tuscaloosa Civil Rights History and Reconciliation Foundation and trained tour guides. If time allows, foot soldiers and/or activists of the Civil Rights Movement will be made available at certain stops on the Trail to give their first-hand accounts.
Yes, a Trail guidebook with a map will be given to each participant. The guidebook has detailed information for each stop on the Trail.