Join Craftours for a poignant program in Alabama. In addition to the crafting, culinary and scenic sites so familiar to the Craftours traveler, participants will also find themselves steeped in the history of America’s Civil Rights Movement, honoring such vital personages as Martin Luther King and Rosa Parks. We delve into their sacrifices along the road to fairness and equality, while still celebrating the arts, crafts and culture that have come to represent the American South. Space is limited to 28 participants, so claim your spot today.


  • First-class hotel accommodations. (Suite upgrades available.)
  • Private deluxe motor coach and professional driver the entire time.
  • Special welcome dinner, orientation, and introductions on the first night.
  • Visiting the Rosa Parks Museum in Montgomery, Alabama.
  • Creating a “canvas tattoo” painting with our Craftours escort.
  • Panoramic city tour of Birmingham with a local professional guide.
  • Hands-on clay flower making workshop at a local pottery studio.
  • A professional Craftours escort throughout your entire journey.
  • Visiting the Birmingham Museum of Art with over 24,000 works of art.
  • Panoramic city tour of Mobile with a local professional guide.
  • Tour of the Dexter Avenue King Memorial Church where Dr. King preached.
  • Delicious breakfast is served daily at our hotel as well as some lunches.
  • Panoramic city tour of Alabama’s state capital, historic Montgomery.
  • Full-day admission and free time at the Fanfair Quilt Show.
  • Craftours lanyard, Great Adventures backpack, and luggage identifier.
  • Walking across the iconic Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma.
  • Guided tour of the Alabama Department of Archives & History Museum.
  • Panoramic city tour of Huntsville with a local professional guide.
  • Hands-on cooking lesson with a local professional chef.
  • Delicious farewell dinner served at our hotel.
  • Leisurely stroll and photo opportunities at the Huntsville Botanical Gardens.
  • Hands-on glass fusion workshop with a local professional artisan.
  • Exploring the history of slavery in the United States at the Legacy Museum.
  • All taxes are included, and insurance is highly recommended.

When you travel on this tour, you'll receive an official stamp in your Craftours Great Adventures Passport, good towards Craftours gifts, travel dollars, and free tours!

Cost of this 8-day Great Adventure in Alabama is only:


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Space is available on a first-come/first-served basis. Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Travel insurance is highly recommended. Land only and single rates are available upon request. Please consult our Terms & Conditions as they apply once your first deposit is made. A 3% discount is offered if the expedition is paid in full by check within 7 business days of the invoice date.