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Start at the visitor center and then work your way around the three main sites in this historic park: the home in which the leader of the Civil Rights movement in America was born, the church where he preached and the memorial site where he is...more
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After touring the sweet Auburn area, we walked up to the birthplace of MLK, Jr thinking we could tour it....but no, you have to go to the visitor center to get a ticket. Why can't you get your ticket at the house? Therefore did not...More
Such a wonderful visit thought provoking and very emotional . The exhibits were excellently presented . The Rembrance gardens were presented beautifully I did not have time to visit the whole site I could have spent all day there
We went with a local guide who showed us the home and even went into the backyard. We heard about what the houses which are adjacent to the home which are now not used as homes, but part of the historical district.
You need to go early to get your name on a list to go see the house where Martin Luther King Jr. was born. You must be present and they say they fill up early. We got there at 9:30 and got a free ticket...More
This was a bitter sweet experience for me and my family we are African Americans and we know the struggle of our fore fathers but the fact that we we now free to visit our freedom fighters resting place and historical
Site was jus amazing....More
This Historical site was phenomenal! I came here with my family for our family reunion this pass July. We visited the historical site on July 19th,2019. He were able to view the memorial Pond, The famous Ebeneezer Baptist Church, and other historical things. I would...More
Must see site where Martin Luther King was born, raised and buried. This stop is all about the neighborhood and includes not only the visitor center but also church where MLK and his father preached, his home where he grew up and other important elements...More