Lou Fields, President, BBH TOURS, at Frederick Douglass
National Historic Site in Fells Point Baltimore, MD.
Welcome to BBH TOURS!
Based in Baltimore, Maryland, BBH TOURS offers a one stop-shop for all your travel and tourism needs. Our
services included the BBH TOURS tourism network and Vaction travel club. We offer convention and family reunion
services including booking your hotel rooms, cruises, entertainment, ground/air transportation and group travel/tour
packages. Our tours are exciting, entertaining, engaging and most of all educational. BBH TOURS can
assist you in planning a tour anywhere in America, Africa, Canada, or the Islands. Cruises,
Crabfeasts, Heritage Festivals, Sports, special events, just email your request. Please be sure to sign our
guest book and complete the "Ask for Tour Quote" questionaire. Our tour services are available by appointment for
large and small groups, family reunions, church/senior/youth groups, conventions and business travelers.
Come, Celebrate & Cherish the new $48 million Reginald
Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture with Baltimore Black Heritage Tours. Book Early!!
BBH TOURS Event Calendar
8:27 am est
Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce
monthly meeting, 1st Wednesday, 7pm, see www.gbbcc.biz
September 1-3, 2007
Douglass Days in Charm City, US
Frederick Douglass Path to Freedom Walking Tours
includes Douglass-Myers Museum
Celebrate the 169th Anniversary of Frederick
Douglass Escape from Fells Point, Baltimore.
Call 410.783.5469 for tour appointment.
September 5, 2007
GBBCC monthly meeting
September 6, 2007
Negro League Baseball Night at
Camden Yards, Orioles vs. Red Sox.
October 24-30. 2007
BLACK BASEBALL in BALTIMORE!
Honoring Satchel Paige, Jackie Robinson,
Leon Day & Buck O'Neil & Baltimore's Negro League Baseball Teams
Annual Black History Month Program
State of Maryland
& Underground Railroad Conference & Gatherings
Febraury 29-March 30, 2008
Cambridge, Columbia, Frederick, Baltimore City & Baltimore County
This program is sponsored
in part by a grant from the Maryland Office of Tourism Development. Please visit their website at www.mdisfun.org.
For more information
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Maryland is home to over 1000 Black Heritage sites, tourism attractions,
landmarks, statues, slave quarters, special events, heritage festivals, beaches, parks, and lots of fun things to do, for
familys, couples, special meetings, retreats, vacations, reunions or business gatherings.
On June 25, 2005 the new
$48 million Reginald Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture opened and joins Maryland's other two
dozen Black Museums. On June 28, 2006 the new Frederick Douglass - Isaac Myers Maritime Park & Museum opened in
historic Fells Point.
Both museums are located along the Baltimore Black Heritage Trail. Many school groups, families
and history lovers choose BBH TOURS highly-acclaimed tour - the Frederick Douglass Path to Freedom Walking/Driving
Tour in Fells Point. The tour has recently been awarded inclusion in the National Park Service Network
to Freedom Underground Railroad Program.
BBH TOURS has been covered by major media including C-Span, Discovery Channel, ABC news, Soul of America,
Baltimore Sun, Baltimore, Times, Harrisburg Times, WEAA, WOLB, and other media outlets. Tour groups have included WHUR,
MSU, Howard Univerisity, National Education Association, Deltas, NAACP, National Trust for Historic Preservation and numberous
family reunions, school groups, churches and other organizations.
The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum is the perfect choice
for family reunions, tourists, youth groups and seniors.
The Wax Museum, the Lewis Museum and the new Frederick Douglass
Museum are all located on the first phrase of the Baltimore Black Heritage Trail. To reserve your tour, call 410.783.5469
or email: email@example.com.
Several great black museums are located throughout Maryland, including...
- the new Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Museum opened in Fells Point on June 28, 2006.
- Benjamin Banneker Museum, Baltimore County
- Harriet Tubman Museum, Dorchester County
- Eubie Blake Jazz Museum, downtown Baltimore
- Bannaker-Douglass Museum, Annapolis
- Chipman Cultural Center, Salisbury
- James E. Lewis Museum, Morgan
- Howard County Black Museum, Columbia
- African Art Museum of MD.
Other historic sites can be included on the tour including Underground Railroad sites, statues, historic churches,
Slave Quarters and plantation houses across MD; HBC's, parks, beaches, communities and more.