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Atlanta Center for Civil and Human Rights General Admission

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Duration
1–2 hours
Inclusions
  • In-person guide
  • Entry/Admission - National Center for Civil and Human Rights
Exclusions
  • Transportation to/from attractions
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Additional Info
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Travellers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Self-guided walk-through. Does not include a tour
  • Children must be accompanied by an adult
  • Last admission one hour before close daily
Cancellation Policy
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
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CarpeDiemTravelling wrote a review 13 Sep
Glasgow, United Kingdom49 contributions3 helpful votes
Powerful and moving, overwhelmed by the amount learned at this museum. Walked in thinking I was familiar with this period of history, walked out feeling humbled and inspired. Beautiful contemporary architecture, with loads of great visual and interactive displays. Overwhelmed by
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Khrystopher1113 wrote a review 7 Sep
Seven Valleys, Pennsylvania47 contributions9 helpful votes
Wasn’t expecting all this museum had to offer. All the exhibits are raw...no holds barred...be prepared for an emotional, enlightening experience.
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Daniel R wrote a review Aug 2020
Hayneville, Alabama39 contributions4 helpful votes
This was a very educational experience walking into the past of our Civil Rights Movement seeing the dark and rough roads people had to travel so we could have a brighter future. Color or nationality is not an issue, all races should tour this facility.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Elizabeth D. wrote a review Mar 2020
4 contributions2 helpful votes
LOVED my visit to this museum. I have been to many different tourist locations in ATL over the years and the National Center for Civil & Human Rights is by far the most impactful. I am thankful I was able to stop by while on a work trip last month. This might not be the best for
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Tamara C wrote a review Mar 2020
Houston, Texas5 contributions
This place was amazing. Although I was familiar with a lot of the events that went on during the Civil Rights Movement, I was not too familiar with some of the Human and Women Rights events. I saw all races of people in this museum. I would recommend you sit at the lunch
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Date of experience: February 2020
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By: National Center for Civil and Human Rights
grevilla1010
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This is intense but awesome!!
This is intense I would not end a day with this because it’s a heavy hitter. The museum is pretty intense and very
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Nick E
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History
Nice place with a lot of history! Very informative building with information about civil rights. Original tv cove
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_lmglevin
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Don't Miss This
There are so many and moving exhibits in this museum that I haven't seen anywhere else. Don't miss the lunch count
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QatarWorldtraveller
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Very moving
Whilst we thought we knew quite a bit about the civil rights movement in the US we were not prepared for the scale
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M6126ZDjuliep
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Really powerful exhibitions - look forward to broader exhibits on human rights
This is a great museum for its size! The first floor has powerful exhibits of the civil rights clashes of the 1960
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TheBestDCrealtor
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It is truly awesome and humbling!
This was the first time that I've visited the King Center. It was something that I've always wanted to do. I will
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Gardenlad
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Awesome
This is a truly inspiring and insightful venue. The Woolworth lunch counter interactive display was so powerful an
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Ray M
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Very Interesting
It's both interesting and sad at the same time to come face to face with the racism and bigotry that have existed i
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SabaOmer
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impressive!
touches all your nerves and soul. a must for anyone i salute the city of Atlanta for such interesting and well don
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Fermax
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A good intro to American civil rights for an international visitor
As an Australian visiting Atlanta, the Center for Civil and Human Rights gave me a good opportunity to learn about
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bonniemillicent
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Strong Atlanta and MLK focus
Very moving. The basement holds an ongoing rotation of MLK documents from Morehouse. Be sure to watch and listen to
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lilbit1023
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Very interesting
I'm really glad my children and I went here. Not only did it tell us about some history that we should know, it al
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BrunoHoke
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If you are in downtown Atlanta you must come here.
What a powerful exhibit of a momentous sea change in the history of America. You cannot help but be changed to sit
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petersan25
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A humbling and emotional experience
Every visitor to Atlanta needs to visit the CCHR. This center will educate the visitor to the real discrimination a
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WheelingTraveler
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Lot of US history worth seeing
This was the last place I visited in the final day when at Atlanta, I found lot of history worth seeing in this pl
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