Nicely done, you must see it! I didn't expect to get so emotional a d I have to say a few days later I am still taking it all in.
They have free parking, you first walk thru a tunnel of information and see a few minutes of a movie about civil rights. Then you take a elevator up to an amazing room filled with all sorts of exhibits from timelines, rooms replicas of James Earl bathroom, his personal items they uncovered you will spend gobs of time reading and observing.
Then you go to the lower level which has people honored for civil rights and a gift shop that has some neat items.
Final is you walk out down a ramp to the actual Lorraine hotel and you can walk up the balcony where Martin Luther Kings room was, and where he was killed. It's interesting, sad, moving you ate visiting Memphis this is a must see!.
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