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At the place of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'S death in 1968 in Memphis, TN, the National Civil Rights Museum is a renowned educational and cultural institution. The Museum chronicles the American Civil Rights Movement with compelling presentations...more
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I have always enjoyed learning new facts about Dr. King. This museum will be another stop for us when we go back to Memphis. There is so much information! It’s overwhelming. We were able to view the exact spot where Dr King was shot. Couldn’t...More
This visit was especially meaningful the weekend before Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The museum's content is inspiring and moving. You will likely shed a few tears and shake your head knowing that many of the same issues you read about in the museum still...More
This display and story about the Civil Rights movement and the life and times of Dr Martin Luther King were both inspiring and moving. Amazing detail and archives about the journey and oppression of so many over the centuries, combined with incredible detail and information...More
This is a sad part of the US history where you can see the intolerance of those times and we wish never to be repeated again. The sacrifice of those who fought for freedom and equality, something that we should not take for granted nowadays....More
Went here the day before MLK's actual birthday and felt it was a great value for the price. Sort of feels like going through the Holocaust museum (except a tiny bit less depressing). People working there seem somewhat cranky.
My family was looking for something to do on a Saturday in Memphis. I was unprepared for the power of the National Civil Rights Museum. It is a well organized and planned experience for a review of our civil rights history. You start out by...More
Finally we did visit this museum. It's not only about the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King but it's more deeper. Visit this museum when you are in Memphis. It's very informative. Knowing what all happened in the history of America, Speechless!
Came for the blues and left with a stronger sense of civil rights. If you think you know a lot ,visit this museum you will learn more. Masterfully done and to be honest, it has so much I could go again because I couldn't take...More