About Sights & Sounds                Black Cultural Expo Museum

Introduction

Sights & Sounds Black Cultural Expo, Inc is a nonprofit mobile African American Historical Museum that travels to various schools, colleges, universities, boys and girls clubs, recreation centers, community centers and churches. 

The traveling first began in Tuscaloosa, Alabama in July1976 with a tribute to The United States Bicentennial year as a way of showing great contributions of African American accomplishments during the historical events leading up to the creation of the United States as an independent republic. By 1999, the museum moved to the sate of Georgia were it is now home based.

The expositions are for educational and charitable purposes where our focus is about sharing, educating, preserving and displaying the great accomplishments of African American Cultural History with the community; through the enhancement of audio and visual technology with artifacts and art. Encouraging everyone, regardless of color, creed, ethnicity, nationality, sex, age, religion or disability to explore and learn more about the positive black history, culture and the many wonderful success stories that derived out of a people. 

Combining modern day technology, modern day unsung heroes with historical legends and historical artifacts, we are able to preserve and pass on a great legacy; because "Understanding your history and knowing where you are today, is vitally important in helping shape your future". Come along with us and experience “A Close Encounter With The Past”.