Resilience: Bermudians of African Descent Tour 2019
10/1/2019 - 12/31/2019
Resilience: Bermudians of African Descent Tour 2019

In 1616, Bermuda became the first English colony to use enslaved Africans, and slavery would continue on this island until Emancipation on August 1, 1834. Join Bermudian blogger and entrepreneur, Kristin White, in the Town of St. George, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with over 400 years of history, for a walking tour focused on the stories of people of African descent. Walk in their footsteps and learn of their rebellion, resistance, and resilience.

These tours depart from Long Story Short on Water Street, and include entry into 2 historic attractions. Saturday's tour is a Food + History tour, and includes 4 food samples from eateries around town, giving the group the opportunity to connect with Black entrepreneurs

Wednesdays, from 2.00-3.30pm
$50/adults; $40 students/seniors

Saturdays, from 1-4pm
$150 adults

For more information, please call 441-705-1838 or email

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