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My wife and I had a day to spend in Montgomery. This is one of the sites we chose. It was worthwhile. The tour guide was very accommodating and enjoyable to interact with.
The furnishing were set in the mid-50's era, with many of the...More
We came here after the church visit and whilst not the same initial welcome we did feel privileged to share this story. The house is largely unchanged from the time of Martin Luther King’s time and had interesting stories to tell from the bomb marks...More
My family and I visited Dr. King's home in Montgomery during our annual road trip. They hold a simple tour of the home that touches on the history and courage King showed during the civil rights days. The home is furnished with some of the...More
We visited on a Saturday morning - about 10 of us in total. Wanda was our guide and she was superb - her warmth an£ friendliness made us feel so welcome and made our visit such a feel good experience. We watched a video before...More
Friendly because everyone there is so nice! Sad because of what MLK was forced to endure, and because everything on display is from 50+ years and a bit tired. Tour includes a 20 minute film and 20 minute or so tour of the parsonage home....More
The two ladies who greeted us and gave us the tour of the Parsonage made history come alive. I think the lady who spoke and gave us the tour was named Shirley. I loved seeing the 60's era furniture, tableware, kitchen table, clock. It brought...More
Having been to the place in Memphis where Dr. King was murdered, it was wonderful to visit the place that was his home when he was in Montgomery where we could envision better days when he began his career, his family and his activism. The...More
I don't know if there's a specific way to arrange a private tour, maybe call or email via their website? The place is usually not crowded, and we just happened to be the only ones there at the time. Going on a weekday will... More
I don't know if there's a specific way to arrange a private tour, maybe call or email via their website? The place is usually not crowded, and we just happened to be the only ones there at the time. Going on a weekday will make this more likely.