Join Albany's Black Heritage Tours

The new tour company, Black Heritage Tours – New York State, is making its debut in Albany and throughout the Hudson Valley. Here, they'll focus on the transnational history of the region, and demonstrate the influence that the Dutch, Native American and African cultures had on New York.

Did you know that slavery wasn’t abolished in New York until 1827?

The Black Heritage Tours take guests on a intriguing exploration of New York’s Hudson Valley, which includes hotel accommodations and transportation. Together, you'll discover a glimpse into the past, where questions will be answered about the history of slavery in New York.

Along the way you'll find out about the extraordinary experiences of the men and women who helped shape this region. The tour begins in Albany, with stops at Crailo Historic Site, Ten Broeck Mansion, the Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence, which was a stop on the Underground Railroad, and the African Burial Grounds. Tours will proceed along the Hudson River to New York City, with additional stops in Harlem and Brooklyn.

To explore the itinerary and to book your seat, please visit the Black Heritage Tours website, or call (518) 545-6644.

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