I visited this museum as part of learning more about the Civil Rights movement. The ladies working there were so knowledgeable, friendly, and passionate about the museum, the history, and educating the public. Although there are limited "artifacts" from when it was the Montgomery Greyhound bus station, they do have a revolving art exhibit related to the freedom riders, the civil rights movement, and how it relates to contemporary times. I enjoyed my personal tour from both the gals working there--interpreting the building and its history, as well as the art exhibit. There's also an opportunity to record any personal experiences during the civil rights movement, feelings about the museum experience, in a video booth--or view others' videos. If it's not open, there are plaques along the outside that describe the Freedom Rides history.
I recommend this museum as an important part of our US history. It should be supported and enjoyed--and you'll learn a lot also.
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