Africans in America

1101 Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19104, United States (0)
from/per person $30.00
  • Historic Sites
  • Access for disabled
  • Groups allowed
  • Tour guides


Visit the African American Museum in Philadelphia and the historic Mother Bethel AME Church and Museum. Both sites are located in Old Philadelphia where America began!

The African American Museum in Philadelphia – 7th and Arch Streets

Established in 1976 AAMP is one of the oldest African American Museums in the nation.

The President’s House (The First White House)– 6th and Market Streets

View the first “White House” and its legacy to America.

Mother Bethel AME – 6th and Lombard Streets

Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal church was founded by Richard Allen in 1787. The church is located on the oldest piece of property continually owned by African Americans.

♢ Historic Markers



Step On Location: Pennsylvania Convention Center/ Pre-determined location

Transportation: To Be Determined (Guide can Step-On existing bus or motor coach or

transportation can be arranged—cost will increase)

What’s included

  • Admission to AAMP
  • Donation to Mother Bethel.
  • Trained Tour Guide


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