U.S. Cities Black Travel Guides
U.S. Cities Black Travel Guides by Soul Of America are curated from an African-American perspective. In the sweep of American history, Only First Nation Tribes lay more claim to the soul of this country. Blacks came with Spanish explorers and some settled as freemen in Florida since 1565. In 1609, they were brought as slaves to Virginia. In 1619, they arrived in New York. And in 1623 they arrived in Massachusetts. We have fought heroically in the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Civil War and served as Buffalo Soldiers afterwards. African-Americans also served in the Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War and Middle East Wars. During and after World War II, a number of Africans relocated to Hawaii as well. Over time, we found more safety and achievement in U.S. Cities. We have overcome many racial hurdles to invent great products and to build businesses, places of worship, cultural sites and institutions. We invite you to explore their treasures with our U.S. Cities Black Travel Guides.
Brooklyn & Queens
Gullah Sea Islands
New York City
Sag Harbor & The Hamptons
U.S. Cities & Hawaii Black Travel Guides by Soul Of America locate black museums, nightclubs, restaurants, gift shops, cafes, coffeehouses, cultural centers, historic sites, places of worship, major events, black colleges, black spas, black innkeepers and art galleries. For a well-round travel experience, our U.S. Cities Black Travel Guides have the most curated destination photos in our market. Our travel guides include general attractions, family attractions, general art centers, air, ground & cruise transportation, plus hotel reviews by third parties to enhance savvy travel. See SoulOfAmerica Blog for specialty articles.