Come explore Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn District, a neighborhood on the pulse of the country’s Civil Rights history, and a hub for change. We’ll explore several important monuments to the cause, including the birthplace of Martin Luther King Jr, the John Lewis Memorial, and the Madam CJ Walker museum.


Atlanta : Sweet Auburn & Civil Rights

One of the most historically significant cities in the country, Boston is home to some of the nation’s oldest buildings and several archaeological sites in addition to newer landmarks. We’ll take you through an entire timeline of events and impactful locations—from the Boston Tea Party to Paul Revere’s famous ride to the Holocaust Museum.


Boston : Revolution

21.30 miles Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood is one of the most desirable zip codes in the continental United States, home to centuries’ old mansions and the center of Massachusetts state government. We’ll walk you through Boston Commons and a portion of the Black History Trail, as well as historical churches and municipal buildings.


Boston – Beacon Hill: A Stroll Through Society Row

Allow New Orleans to enchant you with its deep heritage and vibrant culture. As you uncover the secrets that whisper through the streets of the French Quarter, we will share the stories behind some of New Orleans most notable and notorious characters. This tour covers the area surrounding Jackson Square, exploring a variety of historical homes, shops, and restaurants including the Pontalba Apartments, the Lalaurie Mansion, and the Old Absinthe House.

New Orleans

French Quarter

Despite being one of the oldest cities in our nation, a walk through Philadelphia still yields a certain sense of connection to our collective past. Let’s explore a powerful part of our nation’s history, with stops including Benjamin Franklin’s home and post office and the Liberty Bell.


Philadelphia: Faces of the Nation

Surround yourself with the incredible architecture and substantial influence of DC’s Embassy Row. On this tour you will learn about the socialites of the past who originally shaped the culture of this neighborhood and the diplomats of today who are shaping international relations around the world.

Washington, D.C.

Embassy Row

Washington DC is the heartbeat of our nation, home to our capitol, our legislature, and a lot of really intriguing history. (They have the Smithsonian, after all.) If politics seem dry to you, we aim to change that—from the cloak and dagger intrigue of the Pinkerton Detective Agency to the infamous tragedy of the Lincoln assassination, we’ll examine the events and locations that changed our nation.

Washington, D.C.

Washington DC Historical