Remembrance Day: Wanderer Memorial Trail


Explore the Wanderer Memory Trail to discover the story of Umwalla, a young African Boy brought to America on the slave ship Wanderer. Follow Umwalla’s journey from capture through freedom through interactive exhibits along the trail.

On this day, visitors can take part in story time and activities that explore African American culture and history. All ages welcome.

Additional activities include:

*Live basket weaving
*Guided trail discussions
*Book readings:
Circle Unbroken by Margot Theis Raven
Follow the Drinking Gourd by Jeanette Winter
*Arts and crafts projects for children

Guests are encouraged to visit the Mosaic Gallery to learn more about the slave ship, the Wanderer, and African American history on Jekyll Island.