Martin Luther King Park Visitor Center, Atlanta

Martin Luther King Park Visitor Center, Atlanta

The MLK National Historic Park's Visitor Center offers an opportunity to learn about the life and legacy of Dr. King. The center features exhibits and displays that highlight the history of the Civil Rights Movement, including the Montgomery Bus Boycott and the Voting Rights Act. There are also multimedia exhibits that showcase the life and work of Dr. King, including his famous speeches and letters. Visitors can view artifacts and memorabilia related to Dr. King, including his Nobel Peace Prize medal and personal papers.

The center also offers educational programs and guided tours of the historic sites in the area, including Dr. King's childhood home, the Ebenezer Baptist Church, and the Historic Fire Station No. 6. Additionally, the center has a gift shop where visitors can purchase books, souvenirs, and other items related to the life and legacy of Dr. King.

Tip:
Arrive early to get tickets for your free tour of Dr. King's Birth Home before the limited number is distributed.

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Sight Name: Martin Luther King Park Visitor Center
Sight Location: Atlanta, USA (See walking tours in Atlanta)
Sight Type: Attraction/Landmark
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