Mary Prince Legacy Bus Tour

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"Sponsored by The Department of Community and Cultural Affairs"

Journey on a bus tour and discover the untold legacy and story of Mary Prince, and her contribution towards Emancipation in Bermuda. In this tour you will visit sites, and learn historical accounts about her life as an enslaved woman. 

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Departure point: 

Visitor Service Center on Front Street,Hamilton near the Ferry Terminal. 

Dates: July 5th, 12th, 19th, 24th, 26th
Dates: August 9th, 15th, 23rd,  29th 

The tour is 90 minutes, and the Bus will depart promptly at 6:30PM and return at 8PM . Please ensure to arrive at least 15 minutes early to ensure an on time departure. 

Ticket must be presented at bus to get on the tour. A 24 hour cancellation notice is required for refunds. 



"Mary Prince was the first enslaved black woman to give her narrative and publish her autobiography about the brutality of slavery, entitled ‘The History of Mary Prince’, which was published in 1831 and considered to be extremely significant because it was “instrumental in helping to dismantle slavery throughout The British Empire & its Overseas Territories, including Bermuda and the Caribbean.” In 2012 she was inducted as a Bermuda National Hero."

* Ingham Residence, at School Lands Lane, Pembroke

* Watlington Residence, at Ocean View Golf Course, Devonshire

* Prudden Residence, Paget

* Waterville home, Paget



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