Edmund Pettus Bridge

Civil Rights: Memphis to Atlanta
Educational Tour 5 days, 4 nights

The Civil Rights Movement

Trip Length: 5 days, 4 nights

Follow in the footsteps of great leaders of the Civil Rights Movement like Martin Luther King, Jr. and Rosa Parks on a Civil Rights tour traveling from Memphis to Atlanta.

Trip Highlights

  • National Civil Rights Museum
  • Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
  • Selma Interpretive Center
  • Edmund Pettis Bridge
  • Rosa Parks Museum
  • Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historic Park, and much more...
Tuskegee Airmen
Atlanta Skyline

Our Itinerary

Below is a sample itinerary that may be customized to meet the needs of your group.

Day 1: Memphis

  • Morning departure from local airport to Memphis, TN
  • Afternoon arrival in Memphis
    Meet your NationsClassroom Tour Guide. Board your tour coach bus and your tour begins.
  • Memphis Cotton Exchange & Museum
  • Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum
  • National Civil Rights Museum
  • Dinner
  • Depart for Birmingham, AL
  • Overnight at your Birmingham area hotel

Day Two: Birmingham

Day Three: Selma

Day Four: Tuskegee University

Day Five: Atlanta


What's Included


Accident and illness protection for all travelers


Either in the air or on the ground, your transportation will be convenient and comfortable.


Hotels are student friendly with only interior corridors in safe areas that maximize your touring time.


We provide three meals per day including a full student buffet at your hotel each morning.


All admission fees to attractions are included.


Your Tour Guide will be an expert on your destination, but most importantly they connect with your students.


Your tour coordinator will secure tickets, inspect hotel rooms, and stay with your group overnight at your hotel.


Sleep worry free. Professional security will be on duty each evening.


Generous tips are provided for your bus driver, tour guide and hotel staff.

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