Booking your Trip to the National Museum of African American History and Culture

The newest Smithsonian Institution in Washington D.C is booking student groups faster than it can let them in, and if you've tried to get in yourselves then you already know how hard the process can be. It's so hard, actually, that it is legitimately impossible to do currently without the help of a professional tour operator (cough cough).

Here's the official statement from NMAAHC:

"The Museum’s popularity among people around the world has created a high demand for group passes for schools, churches, families and more. Although the Museum has processed tens of thousands of group tour requests, there is still a waiting list.  For that reason, group reservations are temporarily suspended in order to process open requests. Etix has increased the number of trained representatives to process outstanding group requests for passes." 

This is where we come in.

Our agents have been flooded with requests to NMAAHC, and we have a direct connection to get your group in hassle-free. We can book group tickets instantly for any date clear out to May 2018 without a waiting list.

The steps to booking this trip are much easier than you think, just follow these 3 simple steps and you'll be on your way!

  1. Call us at 877.397.5700 or fill out a contact request form at the side of our page (look to your right).
  2. Talk to any of our expert agents about booking a trip for your group, and we'll take care of the rest. Just give us the date you want to go and the number of students in your group!
  3. Go!

Here's a snip-it of info on the museum, as well as a link to more of our African American History Tours offered!

National Museum of African American History and Culture

This Museum will tell the American story through the lens of African American history and culture. This is America’s Story and this museum is for all Americans.


This is the only national museum devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life, history, and culture. Inside the strikingly modern facade of the building, you will find over 36,000 artifacts, a truly impressive collection that spans several decades of life. You will be able to visit collections categorized as such: American South, American West, Civil Rights, Clothing and Dress, Community, Education, Family, Literature, Military, Music, Photography, Politics, Religious Groups, Segregation, and Slavery. With so much to see, we suggest AT LEAST 2-3 hours at the museum, though in the past we have had groups use more than one day to explore it all...

Read the full description on the NMAAHC page!