We parked in front of the National Civil Rights Museum or the Lorraine Motel. It was dark and gloomy that day, and there was no one in front of the motel. There are two cars parked in the parking lot, in front of the hotel room, which seems a bit strange. If there is nothing else, it is still valuable to park here, get off and take a look. In addition, this is a moving attraction, not too far from the previous location! Go check it out.
The National Civil Rights Museum is also very interesting. This museum is quite unique. The museum here is also quite huge. Many of the designs here are also very important. The civil rights are also not rough here.
This is our second visit to the museum (we visited once in 2012). The upgraded museum is very good, with a sense of history, you will not regret visiting this museum. It is very close to the city center, and you can take a tram to visit it, temporarily replaced by old-fashioned buses during the renovation. This museum is very close to shopping mall restaurants, Central Grill and the Bruce Museum.
The museum of the great human rights fighter Martin Luther King’s assassination, the transformation of the Motel, seems to be a short century, but the American history is very long and contradictory in detail! There is a tragedy of triangular trade of American black slaves, but objectively promoted the development of the three states in Europe, America and Africa at that time! Just like the front and back of a silver coin! As said at the end: Greedy came from the great era of Atlantic! Haha, the best and the worst created history. This is the law of the unity of contradictions and opposites and the law of world development!
Very good, it is a representative good place
We prepurchased tickets and drove down from Minneapolis to see it. We're so excited! Got here and it was closed due to Covid. Wish they had sent a notification....
The museum was closed due to COVID but we were visiting to pay our respects to Dr. Martin Luther King. I chose Jan 18th to visit. The building and surrounding area were clean and though we couldn't go...
The museum was closed due to Covid. We still went by and it had local stands that would give you a detail movie of what MKL stood for and what happened.
The Museum was a great adventure! Clean, social distancing and sanitizer around the museum. I will definitely visit again. It was a great walk through history.
Great museum, the line was too long to go to MLK's hotel room. We wish we would have allowed more time