Virtual Black History Tour of the British Museum
Black History Studies lead a Virtual Black History Tour of the British Museum highlighting artefacts of African History held in the Museum. Because of COVID-19, our physical tours have obviously been postponed.
During this tour, we will take you around the Museum, sharing our detailed knowledge about the artefacts on display.
We organise the Black History Tour of the British Museum to inspire, engage and educate the community on the artefacts held in the British Museum on African History with the aim to inspire interest in this area of study for future generations.
The British Museum has extensive collections from historic societies of Africa. Some of the highlights of the tour are the Bronzes of Benin and artefacts in the Egyptian Gallery.
This virtual tour will take place on Saturday 24th April 2021 from 19:00 to 21:00 GMT.
Tickets for virtual tour cost £8.00 per person.
Purchase your tickets from https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_G_j6z_SwQRKgb2fkbPIQ1w
Location: This is a WEBINAR via Zoom. The Zoom link will be provided upon registration.
Tour places are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Please ensure that you have read our terms and conditions before booking using this method.
You will be sent confirmation details via email seven days before the start of the tour.
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What our customers say about our tour of the British Museum:
“I want more! I have read books on African history and attended classes. Its good to be able to have someone explain the artifacts and how they all tie up.”
“My Black History knowledge has been enriched and built upon. I have seen with my own eyes the amazing works of my African descendants which has increased my confidence in myself as a Black woman with much talent and richness to offer.”
“I went on the tour not really knowing what to expect. I was pleasently surprised with the information available. The tour was educational, touching on controversial issues and definately supplemented knowledge already gained from own research and Black History Studies seminars.”
“As someone who’s desire is to empower our youth with the truth, it is important that we do this with a desire to enrich the lives of our youths and others also.”