Places to go
Ellis Island was the gateway for millions of immigrants to the United States as the nation's busiest immigrant inspection station from 1892 until 1954. The island was made part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument in 1965, and has hosted a museum of immigration since 1990.
New York City
The MLK memorial commemorates the work and life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by leading a collaborative funding, design, and construction process in the creation of a memorial to honor his national and international contributions to world peace through non-violent social change.
National Museum of African American History & Culture
A People's Journey, A Nation's Story
ROCK N ROLL HALL OF FAME
The greatest stories and biggest names in rock and roll shine on at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland, Ohio. The experience includes 4 theaters, multiple interactive stations and seven floors of exhibits that tell the story of the world’s most powerful art form.
The first March was held in 1970 and has since become an annual civil rights demonstration. Over the years, its purpose has broadened to include recognition of the fight against AIDS and to remember those we have lost to illness, violence and neglect.
New York City
Circle of Sisters is the largest expo for women of color in New York City featuring a variety of panel discussions, seminars, inspirational services, R&B and gospel concerts and a fashion show in addition to over 200 vendors and small businesses selling unique items and services all weekend, fabulous shopping and food tasting with some of today's top chefs at the Food Pavilion and youth activities including lessons in the arts and dance at the Children's Pavilion and much more.
New York City
AFRICAN AMERICAN CIVIL WAR MUSEUM
The mission of the African American Civil War Museum is to correct a great wrong in history that largely ignored the enormous contributions of the 209,145 members of the United States Colored Troops. It tells the stories and preserves for posterity the historic roles these brave men of African, European, and Hispanic descent played in ending slavery and keeping America united under one flag.
HARLEM HERITAGE TOURS
Harlem Heritage Tours is the most innovative in developing cultural day trip for students, civic, family and corporate groups. We have the most experience and all the contacts necessary to customize a day in Harlem that will meet the direct interest of your organization/group.
Despite the passage of time since Motown Records’ establishment in 1959 by Berry Gordy, tens of thousands of visitors pass through Hitsville U.S.A., home to the Motown Museum, each year. Their presence is a testimony to Motown’s legacy and to the charisma, talent and staying power of the music and those who made it.
JIM CROW MUSEUM
The objects displayed in Michigan's newest museum range from the ordinary, such as simple ashtrays and fishing lures, to the grotesque - a full-size replica of a lynching tree. But all are united by a common theme: They are steeped in racism so intense that it makes visitors cringe. That's the idea behind the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia, which says it has amassed the nation's largest public collection of artifacts spanning the segregation era, from Reconstruction until the civil rights movement, and beyond.
Big Rapids, MI
HARRIET TUBMAN MUSEUM
The goal of the founding members was to develop a community cultural center. The center would provide services to the community and address the needs of children through cultural, educational, social, economical and historical activities. The center also preserves and promotes the life of Harriet Ross Tubman.
THE NATIONAL PUERTO RICAN DAY PARADE
This national event takes place annually along Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, on the second Sunday in June, in honor of the nearly 4 million inhabitants of Puerto Rico and over 4 million people of Puerto Rican birth or heritage residing in the United States.
New York City
ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARADE
The NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade is one of New York City’s greatest traditions. The first parade was on March 17, 1762 — fourteen years before the signing of the United States Declaration of Independence. The first NYC St. Patrick’s Day Parade was comprised of a band of homesick, Irish ex-patriots and Irish military members serving with the British Army stationed in the colonies in New York. This was a time when the wearing of green was a sign of Irish pride but was banned in Ireland. In that 1762 parade, participants reveled in the freedom to speak Irish, wear green, sing Irish songs and play the pipes to Irish tunes that were meaningful to the Irish immigrants of that time.
The Women’s Memorial is dedicated to all military women – past and present and future.
The US Holocaust Museum
Unlike anything you have ever seen!
Washington Walks to tell the stories of the people and places in America’s capital you just can’t get from glancing out of a tour bus window. There is more to D.C. than just the famous monuments and the National Mall. With a walking tour, people get to experience so much more.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF WOMEN IN THE ARTS
The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) is the only major museum in the world solely dedicated to championing women through the arts.
NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY
Our collections present people of remarkable character and achievement. These Americans—artists, politicians, scientists, inventors, activists, and performers—form our national identity. They help us understand who we are and remind us of what we can aspire to be. Get to know us at the National Portrait Gallery. We look forward to sharing the faces and stories of inspiring Americans with you.
The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps and manuscripts in its collections. The Library is the main research arm of the U.S. Congress and the home of the U.S. Copyright Office.
NATIONAL NATIVE AMERICAN MUSEUM
A diverse and multifaceted cultural and educational enterprises, the National Museum of the American Indian is an active and visible component of the Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum complex.
The purpose of the Carnival Network is to bring together all information on all things surrounding Carnival. Mas Band Launching, New Costumes, Events, Music, you can find it all here and plus much, much, more!
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The GRAMMY Museum explores and celebrates the enduring legacies of all forms of music; the creative process; the art and technology of the recording process; and the history of the GRAMMY Awards, the premier recognition of recorded music accomplishment.
Los Angeles, CA
Times Square is the intersection of spectators and performers, tourists and locals; all the diversity of the city, the country, and the world interacting. Times Square accommodates many activities both planned and spontaneous, and connects streetscapes, underground passages, and penthouses. The density and the congestion are part of what is authentic to a place where art, life and commerce quite literally collide.
New York City
THE STONEWALL INN
The keepers of the Stonewall Inn history and legacy. Where PRIDE began.
New York City