African Diaspora Heritage Trail

The ADH Trail is a fascinating journey, you will learn about the history, the origin, the customs and the traditions of Bermuda. The word Diaspora meaning 'scattered' originated from the dispersion of the Jewish population after the Babylonian exile. However, starting from the 16th century, the word refers to large scattering of the black slaves that mainly took place as part of the transatlantic slave trade from Africa. Bermuda has been officially designated by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as part of the Slave Route Project and therefore must be preserved.


  • Tucker House Museum in St. George
  • Pilot Darrell's Square in St. George
  • Commissioners House at the Royal Naval Dockyard
  • The Bermuda Maritime Museum
  • Cobbs Hill Methodist Church, the oldest existing Methodist building in Bermuda that was built by slaves by moonlight
  • St. Peter's Church, the oldest Anglican Church where a historic slave graveyard is still intact.

Price: $84.00 per person ( For the day)
Duration: 6.5 Hours
Time: 8:00am to 2:30pm
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