Turning Points on the Civil Rights Trail

Mar 28–Apr 3, 2022

See the pulpits and bus stops from which Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks inspired thousands. Walk the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma where the late John Lewis and other activists were attacked on “Bloody Sunday.” Visit Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church, a pivotal flashpoint after the deadly bombing that killed four young girls. Visit other influential museums and monuments to Freedom Riders, victims of lynching, and voters’ rights activists, as well as two of the South’s top art museums: the High Museum of Art in Atlanta and the Birmingham Museum of Art.

7 days from $3,695
(not inclusive of airfare, taxes or fees)


For more information or to register for this trip, please see the brochure or contact:
International Seminar Design, Inc. Tour Director Sinéad Walshe at 202-244-1448 or
sinead.walshe@isditravel.com.