International Civil Rights Center & Museum

Tour Opportunities

Choose your tour offering.

Read more about each tour further on this page.

Online

Online

On-Site

On-Site

Walk-ins welcome.*


*-Guest Health & Safety


- All docent-led on-site tours should be pre-scheduled. Walk-in visitors may be accommodated when possible to be added to existing group tours for up to 12 slots.
- Face coverings are required at all times while in the Museum.
- Please be sure that you arrive 5-10 minutes before the scheduled beginning of your tour into the facility.
- If you need to reschedule or cancel, you may do so by creating an account on the Bookwhen portal and making adjustments to your schedule.

Please note that same-day refunds are not available.

Online Filmed Tours

"The Battlegrounds of the Struggle for Civil Rights"

LENGTH: 1 hour (approximate)


Take a curated, online Filmed Tour through the Permanent Exhibit of the Civil Rights Museum from your own home. Purchase time-limited access to a video of the pre-recorded guided tour of the Museum. For questions or technical issues, please email [email protected]


PLEASE NOTE: Times purchased are in Eastern Time (ET), so please adjust accordingly based on your time zone if different. Access to your Filmed Tour will begin with the particular time slot you have purchased.

Click on a docent name below to book a tour now. 

La'Tonya
Wiley

Rental and Event Coordinator & Docent

Dillon
Tyler

Tour Coordinator & Docent

Cassandra
Williams

Education Coordinator & Docent

Jeanne
Dulin

Docent

Angelia
Joyner

Docent

Hybrid Tour

A full tour comprised sampling all docents.
(Coming Soon)

Interactive Virtual Tours

"The Complex Tapestry of a Civil-Rights America"

Currently available for educational, corporate, religious, and civic groups.

LENGTH: 1 hour, 20 minutes (approximate)


You're invited to take a comprehensive journey through the spaces of the International Civil Rights Center & Museum with a senior docent who will bring your encounter to life and engage you in America's best story. This experience has been tailored to help students and educators examine the threads of creative and strategic struggle that define the Civil Rights Movement in the United States and abroad. More generally, this civic learning program will help participants use the knowledge of this informed and consequential history to help chart a more constructive and inclusive future, while critically examining historic and contemporary social movements that use direct action, non-violent protesting as a mechanism for change.

Please contact the Tour Coordinator at [email protected] to schedule a group tour.


PLEASE NOTE: The Museum strictly prohibits the recording or transcription of its Interactive Virtual Tours.

Features:

- A mixture of filmed footage and live interaction with a museum docent (via Zoom)
- A follow-up Q&A to further explore the themes of the interactive tours

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Seated Auditorium Tours (Coming Soon)

"Building America Better with Civil Rights"

LENGTH: 1 hour, 15 minutes (approximate)

A tour conducted in our auditorium with seating according to social-distancing standards, presented in conjunction with a full photographic sequence of the Galleries and provided live onstage by one of our interpreters.

Seated Auditorium Tours begin at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m., and 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Tour start times are reflected in Eastern Time (ET). Guests who would like to schedule outside of these primary slots are encouraged to contact the Tour Coordinator at 336-274-9199 ext. 100 or at [email protected]

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On-Site Staff-Guided Tours

"Civil Rights Museum Legacy Tour"

LENGTH: 1 hour, 15 minutes (approximate)


Thoroughly examine the complex tapestry of American history through the struggle for justice and equality. Guests can witness the original lunch counter in its original location, plus fourteen galleries with vivid photography, artifacts, video re-enactments, and interactive exhibits.


Guest Health & Safety


- All docent-led on-site tours should be pre-scheduled. Walk-in visitors may be accommodated when possible to be added to existing group tours for up to 12 slots.

- Face coverings are required at all times while in the Museum.

- Please be sure that you arrive 5-10 minutes before the scheduled beginning of your tour into the facility so that your journey may begin on time.

- If you need to reschedule or cancel, you may do so by creating an account on the Bookwhen portal after clicking "Book Now" and making adjustments to your schedule. (Please note that same-day refunds are not available.)

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