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We used the directions on this site and ended up way across town on a dead end dirt road.. Come to find out it was only a couple of blocks from the area we were already in. We parked by the museum and walked about...More
I inadvertently visited this spot when I took a short trek to visit the Rosa Parks Museum since the plaque marking the spot stands right outside the entrance. It's the ideal place to begin your Civil Rights history journey in Montgomery, given that it symbolically...More
Downtown Montgomery Alabama is a small town with many tree lined steets. We visited on a bright sunny day . The bus stop where Rosa Parks boarded the infamous bus has a large plaque bearing a synopsis of the mother of the Civil rights movement....More
A plaque marks the spot where Rosa Parks was arrested. It’s outside the entrance to the Rosa Parks Museum and easy to find. Nothing to see apart from the plaque, but worth the sling a moment to consider the far reaching impact of what happened...More
We made a quick stop on the way to florida and we could've stay longer.
A beautiful plaque and garden/park to representative an amazing women. Reading and looking at the pictures were overwhelming. A wonderful experience for all ages. My 18 year old daughter was...More