Black Culture & Heritage Trails
Celebrate Black History Special Events & Activities with the “Visit Tallahassee!” Mobile App
Tallahassee celebrates our nation’s Black history and culture year-round, but February especially is full of fun events, educational experiences and reverent observances honoring the city’s Black community and their tremendous contributions to American society.
Whether visiting one of the Capital City’s many interactive time capsules including the John G. Riley House & Museum for African American History & Culture or the Civil Rights Marker at Cascades Park that memorializes those who fought for equality, it is more than an educational experience. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about the people and civil rights leaders that ignited a nation-wide movement toward equality and witness an inspiring journey by seeing where it all began.
Check out Tallahassee’s many local attractions and events to continue celebrating our nation’s greatest milestones in human history by utilizing the “Visit Tallahassee!” free mobile app for iPhone and Android users.
The app allows users to identify places to stay, Black cultural events, civil rights landmarks, Black-owned businesses, restaurants and local programs. Users can create a custom itinerary to experience Tallahassee’s Black history and local attractions.
To download the app for free, search “Visit Tallahassee!” on the App Store or Google Play.