should be on everyone's see list in Montgomery with good presentations and static displays, and helpful staff.
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the designer Maya Lin created outside a beautiful memorial with the water flowing down the wall and the fountain where the names of people are inscribed who died because of hate and intolerance. Also inside is the unjustice and the wrongful dead of so many...More
My wife and I went here early afternoon on a Monday. There is an admission fee, but since we are SPLC members, the memorial center was free for us to visit. There is metered street parking around the memorial center, but it has a two...More
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This is a strong memorial, with a very high production value. The introductory film is impactful and eye-opening. The museum, both inside and out, are emotionally draining, but worth the journey. It is very hard to read through the names in the memorial fountain out...More
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This museum is so well done both inside and out. The fountain in the front is beautiful with a timeline on it and the inside tells the stories so well. The short film they show is also very moving. This is such a great tribute...More
Very nice center and a place everyone needs to see, listen to the stories of the past. For teens and older ... be ready for a lot of questions!
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Sponsored by the Souther Poverty Center, this an excellent memorial to all those people who lost their life due to hatred and racism.
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The history of the Civil Rights Era is presented in a way that makes it easy to understand. The story of that era unfolds with pictures of the people who gave their lives during a dark time in United States history. There are lots of...More
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A moving memorial to the men and women who sacrificed their lives to make the world a better place. The center itself is a quiet oasis of contemplation and remembrance. The memorial by Maya Lin is a work of art.
Thanks for visiting. We set admission at $2.00 per adult, free for children under 18. #TheMarchContinues
Not as big as I was expecting but very moving and so much to learn about a terrible period. Was inspired by the woman with the video explaining so much to a group of school children. Impressed by her comments "no one is taught hate"...More
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