‘Long Walk To Freedom’ Walking Tour In Hamilton

January 3, 2022

The African Bermuda Dispersion Cultural Tour will be hosting walking tours in Hamilton on January 9th, January 23rd, February 6th, February 20th, March 6th and March 20th.

A spokesperson said, “The African Bermuda Dispersion Cultural Tour is visiting the City of Hamilton and join us for a Sankofa Journey of the African Diaspora sculptures, as we learn about 400 years of history and its impact on the lives of Black people. To understand the present, we have to look into the past, in order to move forward to a better future!

Long Walk To Freedom Bermuda Jan 2 2022


  • “Stop outside “The Cathedral” – an iconic city landmark and learn about the early establishment of Bermuda in the 1600’s and the English colonists that arrived here.
  • “Stop outside “The House of Parliament” – an historic landmark and learn about Britain’s Westminster system of laws in Bermuda during and after slavery.
  • “Visit to Sarah “Sally” Bassett sculpture at Cabinet Grounds- An Enslaved woman accused of poisoning a slave owner, and being the ringleader of the poisoning plots in the 1700′s.
  • “Visit “We Arrive” sculpture at Barr’s Bay Park – A story about a ship that entered Bermuda and the fate of those onboard.
  • “Visit “When Voices Rise Sculpture” at City Hall – Learn about the groups that help to end segregation in Bermuda.

“Departure point: Departure from Freedom Square [City Hall], in Hamilton and this will be the return location. Please ensure to arrive at least 10 minutes early for check in and to ensure an on-time departure. The tour is 2 hours and will depart promptly at the scheduled times.

“Dates: Jan 9th & 23rd, Feb 6th & 20th, Mar 6th & 20th. Times: 1:00PM to 3:00PM. Cost: $15 for adults & Free for children 16 years and under

“Limited spots available. Book at www.titantoursbermuda.com or call [441] 234-1096 or info@titantoursbermuda.com for enquiries.

“In following Covid-19 requirements, guests are required to wear face masks and adhere to appropriate social distancing. A 24-hour cancellation notice is required for refunds.”

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  1. Great jdea says:

    Hope they are well supported. A great idea to kick off the new year.