2 Hours African American History E-Bike Tour in Charlotte

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Charlotte, US
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Charlotte, US
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Experience the vibrant history and culture of Charlotte on a thrilling 2-hour African American History E-Bike Tour. Our passionate guides will take you on a journey through the city's iconic landmarks and hidden gems, showcasing why Charlotte is a must-visit destination. With our e-bikes, you'll have the freedom to explore up close and personal, discovering attractions that are inaccessible by other forms of transportation. From the breathtaking Romare Bearden Park, honoring the memory of an influential African American artist, to the iconic Gantt Center, designed by the same architect as the National Museum of African American History in Washington DC, every stop on this tour is a chance to immerse yourself in rich history. Don't miss the opportunity to learn about the vibrant Street Car neighborhoods and Charlotte's culinary scene. Book your unforgettable e-bike tour today and embrace the spirit of Charlotte's past and future.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 2 hours
  • Suitable for 1-12 Participants
  • Small Group Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Up-close experience of Charlotte's attractions
  • Beautiful photo opportunities at Romare Bearden Park
  • Pass by the Gantt Center, designed by the architect of the National Museum of African American History in DC.
  • Pass by the original coworking space for African American small business owners
  • Learn about the history of the vibrant West End neighborhood
  • Use of bicycle
  • Water
  • All riders will be required to wear a helmet. we provide them and customers can bring their own.
  • Snacks
  • Tips are a vital part of guide pay. please consider tipping your guide.

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The 2 Hours African American History E-Bike Tour in Charlotte is a must-do experience for those seeking an in-depth exploration of this vibrant city. Led by passionate guides who are both avid cyclists and Charlotte enthusiasts, this tour will take you on a remarkable journey through the rich African American history of the area.

What to expect?

During this two-hour tour, you can anticipate immersing yourself in the captivating stories and landmarks that have shaped the African American community in Charlotte. With the convenience and freedom of e-bikes, you'll have the opportunity to get up close and personal with the attractions, which is a unique experience not available on other forms of transportation. From picturesque parks to important historical sites, each stop will provide valuable insights into the heritage and contributions of African Americans.

Who is this for?

The 2 Hours African American History E-Bike Tour caters to individuals who appreciate cultural exploration and have a keen interest in African American history. Whether you are a history buff, a passionate traveler, or simply someone looking to expand your knowledge and insights, this tour welcomes everyone. The inclusive nature of this experience ensures that people of all backgrounds and interests can fully enjoy and embrace the journey through Charlotte's African American heritage.

Why book this?

Embarking on this E-Bike Tour is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to truly soak in the charm and significance of Charlotte's African American history. By choosing this tour, you'll be treated to a unique blend of knowledge, adventure, and unforgettable moments. The passionate guides will regale you with fascinating stories, bringing the past to life as you explore the remarkable landmarks and neighborhoods. The freedom of e-bikes allows you to effortlessly navigate the city, ensuring you won't miss a single highlight along the way. Discover the hidden gems and uncover the untold narratives that make Charlotte a top-rated destination. Don't miss out on this exceptional experience that seamlessly blends education, recreation, and cultural enrichment.

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The tour begins and ends inside the Overstreet Mall, located in the same building as the Omni Uptown Charlotte. The total duration of the tour is 120 minutes, providing ample time to delve into the historical significance of each stop. Throughout the journey, you will pass by renowned landmarks such as Romare Bearden Park, the Gantt Center, and JCSU. Be sure to bring comfortable clothing, sunscreen, and a sense of curiosity as you embark on this immersive and enlightening adventure through Charlotte's African American history.


Feedback from previous participants of this E-Bike Tour highlights the remarkable insights gained and the overall satisfaction with the experience. Travelers praise the knowledgeable guides who expertly shared the stories and significance behind each stop. Many express their appreciation for the unique perspective provided by exploring the city on e-bikes, describing it as a thrilling and engaging way to connect with the culture and history of Charlotte. The enthusiasm and expertise of the guides, combined with the carefully curated itinerary, ensure that this tour consistently receives high praise and leaves a lasting impression on those who embark on this journey.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

  • Mobile

Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Romare Bearden Park

(Pass by)

Pause for a beautiful photo of the skyline in Charlotte's Uptown Park. This park is dedicated to the memory of Romare Bearden, an African American Artist from the area.

The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture

(Pass by)

The Gantt Center was designed by Phil Frelon, the same architect that designed the National Museum of African American History in Washington DC.

Mecklenburg Investment Company Building

(Pass by)

The MIC building was the original coworking space, designed by and for African American small business owners.

Johnson C. Smith University

(Pass by)

JCSU, an HBCU in the Historic West End, was founded by the Presbyterian Church to educate black men in the ministry post Civil War. Today it is still an important part of Charlottes future.

Camp North End

(Pass by)

We will share history of this vibrant section of town. Learn about our James Beard nominee.



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Thank you so much Diana for a fabulous tour! We we able to see the sights of Charlotte with some African American history. Definitely a 5 star experience!!
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