‘Mary Prince Legacy Bus Tour’ Being Held

July 1, 2019 | 6 Comments

Titan Express – in partnership with the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs – is getting set to present ‘The Mary Prince Legacy Bus Tour,’ being held every Friday in July.

A spokesperson said, “The story of Mary Prince is of significant importance to the history of emancipation, which took place in Bermuda on August 1st, 1834. Her story is one of the few stories we have from an actual enslaved person that lived in Bermuda. Come and learn her story and contribution to our history. For more information, email info@titantoursbermuda.com or visit the website.”

The tour will depart from outside the Visitor Service Center in Hamilton. Tickets can be purchased online at a cost of $10.

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  1. Tiny says:

    Wow! this is fantastic!

  2. Slipnut says:

    So what is the actual cost of the ride? The taxpayers hit again. Mask it away you like. We can’t afford $600,000.000
    every 24 hrs. of interest on the money we owe.

    • ROGER LAMBERT says:

      YOUR NEGATISM WILL ONLY DETER THOSE NOT INTERESTED, LIKE YOUR SELF

      • Slipnut says:

        There is no such thing a as free ride. Do you have a plan to pay down the money owed? Do you even understand what $600,000. In interest even means every 24 hrs?

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