Posts for Black History Museums Category
Florida Black Heritage Trail

Florida Black Heritage Trail

Black history in Florida goes back hundreds of years. From the time Spanish explorers first arrived, African descendants have helped develop the state to what it is. To recognize these contributions, the Florida’s Visitors Bureau created the Florida Black Heritage Trail. Highlighting locations where these events happened, the trail tells the story of Black Floridians. Here’s some suggestions of places to visit from the Florida Black Heritage Trail:

Tallahassee Museum Photo courtesy of Tallahassee Museum

The Old Florida exhibit at Tallahassee Museum hosts structures from the past.  The Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church and the Concord Schoolhouse are both on the museum’s...

Visiting Black History Museums In The United States

Visiting Black History Museums In The United States

For over 400 years, descendants of African slaves have helped build the history of the United States of America alongside immigrants from other lands. For many reasons those accomplishments are only highlighted to the general public during Black History Month, which is in February. However there are many monuments, museums and locations that highlight African-American...

National Museum of African American History, Washington DC

National Museum of African American History, Washington DC

Part of my travel journey is sharing the love of travel with my daughter. I believe that travel helps educate us so we can learn about other cultures and viewpoints, even within your own country or town. I learned this from my own mother so when the opportunity for the three of us to visit...

ABOUT ME

Hi! Thanks for visiting My Cornacopia. I hope you enjoy my travel adventures from Florida to anywhere in the world. For more info, please visit my About section.

Newsletter