The HBCU Museum

Virtual Tour Admission for One or Two to The HBCU Museum (Up to 27% Off)

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Guests can see school sports memorabilia, photographs, articles, and other items related to historically black colleges and universities

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  • During the virtual tour, participants can familiarize themselves with the accomplishments of not only the historically black colleges but also some of their most accomplished graduates.

  • After sending an email with the required information, customers will receive a link to the tour along with the access code.

  • Must be 21 or older.

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About The HBCU Museum

The Historical Black Colleges and Universities Museum (HBCUM) is the world’s first HBCU Museum. The HBCU Museum preserves, develops and dissimilates in the public trust a distinguished collection of Historical Black Colleges and Universities history.

Global Mission Statement:

The HBCUM brings historical exhibitions and collections, scholastic programs and people together for enjoyment, discovery, and learning that will strengthen and sustain our community. We strive to create a place where people of every background can be touched and changed by resources and information. Our goal is to highlight the accomplishments of not only HBCUs, but some of their most accomplished graduates.

Exhibitions:

Our mission is to align ourselves with HBCU's to display the rich history each campus hall holds. A public display of works and achievements form past and current HBCUM Alumni.

Sections:

  1. Black In Time

  2. Sports

  3. S.T.E.M.

  4. UnHeard Heroes - Community Alumni