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This is one place to go to learn so much. We saw the Nobel Peace Prize and so much more. Very much in awe of the personal items of M. Gandhi whose example and philosophy affected the Non Violent movement of our own Civil Rights...More
Me and my husband spent our anniversary weekend in Atlanta one of the places we visited was the king center this place is one of a kind I think everyone young and old need to experience this place I was overwhelmed by the pictures and...More
The King Center is part of a much larger area that's dedicated to Martin Luther King. This part included a handful of exhibits as well as a memorial in a beautiful area. As with all the exhibits in the area they showcase some of his...More
The King Center is just one part of an extensive Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park consisting of the center, King's birth home, a historic fire station, and a large informative visitor center. Nearby is the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church. It is well worth...More
I didn't have enough time to adequately explore the center, but in the time I did have, you really get a feel for the struggle and a respect for the history behind the Civil Rights Movement. The fact that it's free is both welcome and...More
The Center itself is open. The childhood home and the Ebenezer Baptist Church are closed due to the shutdown. If you come to Atlanta I would also strongly recommend you visit the Center for Civil and Human Rights which... More
The Center itself is open. The childhood home and the Ebenezer Baptist Church are closed due to the shutdown. If you come to Atlanta I would also strongly recommend you visit the Center for Civil and Human Rights which also contains very moving exhibits about King and the movement.