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Rosa Parks Library and Museum

251 Montgomery St, 251 Montgomery Street, 36104, Montgomery, AL 36104-3526
+1 334-241-8661
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Interesting

Interesting trail for Rosa Park's courageous act and the Montgomery Bus boycott. There is a lot of... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Thao T
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Culturally Intrigued

Montgomery isn't a place I would normally visit. To me it doesn't seem like it would have appealing... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Kimberly W
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This tribute to the "Mother of the Civil Rights Movement" honors Rosa Parks, the African-American woman who, in 1955, sparked the civil rights movement by refusing to give her bus seat to a white man. The museum helps visitors relive this tumultuous era with a video, artifacts, historical documents, a lifesize statue of Rosa Parks and a replica of the bus in which she sat that day.
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251 Montgomery St, 251 Montgomery Street, 36104, Montgomery, AL 36104-3526
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Interesting trail for Rosa Park's courageous act and the Montgomery Bus boycott. There is a lot of reading

Thank Thao T
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Montgomery isn't a place I would normally visit. To me it doesn't seem like it would have appealing attractions. However I must say I was very intrigued by the Rosa Parks museum. My family and thought the display was very interesting and educational. You aren't...More

Thank Kimberly W
Reviewed 1 week ago

A very impressive film shows what happened starting in the Montgomery bus with the courageous Rosa Parks leading to the Montgomery Bus Boycott and finally to the removal of the racial segregation in official transportation and to the Civil Rights Movement.

Thank eva1500
Reviewed 1 week ago

My wife and I visited here on a Monday morning. We had noted that all of the parking meters on the street had a maximum time of two hours. We were glad to discover that the museum has its own parking lot and therefore we...More

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We visited the Rosa Parks Museum with our 2 teenage daughters while driving through the area. It was a worthwhile stop. They did a great job of capturing the emotion and risk that Rosa Parks took in taking her stand on the bus. We spent...More

Thank TomOCUSA
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very nice museum about Rosa Parks and the goings on in American during that time in our history. Informative and it has a gift shop too.

Thank bless235
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The museum was the last place that we visited on a long day of sightseeing and we were exhausted but we are so glad that we made the effort. The employees are knowledgeable and very helpful to be sure to let us know how to...More

Thank Melaney R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

While the museum was informative and interactive, actually getting inside the museum was confusing. We entered in one way, had to purchase tickets in another and had to access the museum elsewhere. After the shuffling from place to place, the museum as moving, informative, and...More

Thank Shannon T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you are interested in history and the people of the South, this museum is for you. It is well done, with balance of visual and auditory exhibits.

Thank Inger E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Museum does a great job in their exhibits and very detailed in their presentations giving a greater description than ever presented in any classroom. If you have teenagers, take them here to learn the truth of this era in time. If your an adult, more...More

Thank Donald W
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Mary M
How much does it cost to get in??
5 June 2017|
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Response from heikkih722 | Reviewed this property |
AAA and seniors (AARP) 1 USD discount.
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Colleen R
unfortunately, we will be there on a Sunday, when the Rosa Parks Museum is apparently closed. does anyone know if you can still walk the streets outside the museum and see the bus and arrest sites? Thank you!!
7 May 2017|
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Response from wrider10 | Reviewed this property |
We didn't the actual arrest site. The bus is actually inside the museum . If there is any way you can stay until the next day the museum is fabulous.
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Julissa D
How long is tour?
20 March 2017|
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Response from Deeadrea J | Reviewed this property |
You move at your own pace through many sections. We read everything and it took about 2 hours.
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