We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
At the place of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'S death in 1968 in Memphis, TN, the National Civil Rights Museum is a renowned educational and cultural institution. The Museum chronicles the American Civil Rights Movement with compelling presentations...more
All reviewsmartin luther kingjames earl rayrosa parksacross the streetmlk was shotboarding housemlk jrfatal shotafrican americansconspiracy theoriesfreedom ridersjim crowassassination of drcivil rights museumamerican historyslave tradeeye opening
This was so amazing. The way they brought everything to life. I was just a little girl when this took place. As I walked through this museum, it hit home. I remember my mom watching TV and some of the scenes were so vivid. I'm...More
This place has history, that everyone knows about. It tells you the history of Civil Rights and is located where Dr. Martin Luther King was shot in his hotel room. It brings back a lot of emotion and definitely worth a visit
The multi-media representation of civil rights history (mostly the lack of) was moving and impressive. You really do have to have a lot of interest in this subject to give this exhaustive representation the attention it deserves, and parts of it border on overkill, in...More
From outside, it looks exactly like the Lorraine Motel as it looked in 1968. But inside is a beautiful renovation that covers the fight for civil rights from the horrors of the slave trade right up to the present day. If anything, there is really...More
Very interesting but over whelming tons of reading. It has a ton of information and is very very well put together. Perhaps if interested do some pre reading to gather some knowledge before you are overwhelmed.