Experience The Shabazz Center
Step into history and be inspired by the remarkable legacies of Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz.
Explore the Legacy, Feel the Inspiration
Booking your tour is easy. Simply complete the form on the right, and we’ll get in touch to confirm your visit. Tours are available for individuals, groups, and educational institutions.
SCHEDULE YOUR TOUR TODAY
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The Shabazz Center welcomes you to schedule a guided tour of our iconic facility
Visiting Days and Times
Our doors are open for visitors from Tuesday to Friday, between 10:00 AM and 5:00 PM. Please note that the center will be closed on the following dates: February 21, May 19, January 1, December 25, and December 31.
To provide you with a tailored experience, we recommend scheduling your visit at least
fourteen (14) days in advance.
Upon receipt of your visit request, a dedicated member of The Shabazz Team will review your details and send you a confirmation email containing essential visit information.
Kindly retain this email and present it during check-in.
Day of Visit
Please arrive within the scheduled time provided in your confirmation email and present the confirmation email to our staff for a seamless check-in process.
Cancellation or Rescheduling
If you need to cancel or reschedule your visit, please inform us promptly by replying to the confirmation email.
Security and Etiquette
We kindly request that you refrain from bringing gum, food, or weapons into the center.
For security reasons, bag checks may be conducted by our staff during check-in.
Come and explore the legacies that continue to shape our world. Schedule your tour today and be part of the story at the Shabazz Center!
Our tours offer a deep dive into the lives and teachings of Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz. Learn about their impact on civil rights, social justice, and global activism.
Walk in the footsteps of these iconic figures. See the spaces where history was made, from the ballroom to the research archives.
Experience the richness of African-American history and culture as you explore our exhibits and displays.