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Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

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Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site

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Get out of the city and explore the untapped beauty of North Georgia’s wine country on this full-day tour from Atlanta. Sample more than a dozen Georgia wines from local vineyards—admiring the area's gorgeous rolling hills on included transportation between stops—and then head to Helen for a chance to wine, dine, and shop in the Bavarian-inspired town.
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Laura D wrote a review Jul 2020
Los Angeles, California19 contributions9 helpful votes
We all think that we know the story of MLK but you learn so much and are so moved by a visit to the Museum. I would highly recommend this to everyone.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Carlo F wrote a review Jul 2020
Toronto, Canada354 contributions64 helpful votes
As a visitor, I didn't know much about the civil rights movement and was glad I visited this site during a layover in Atlanta. It was emotionally moving and informative on American history. Definitely recommend dropping by for a visit.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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phrogphile wrote a review Jun 2020
130 contributions36 helpful votes
Very glad we stopped by his memorial. It's beautiful and inspiring, particularly in these stressful times.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Michael wrote a review Apr 2020
Woking, United Kingdom255 contributions38 helpful votes
There is plenty to see within the MLK Jr. National Site area. Other than the birthplace which is well maintained and fascinating to visit, there was also the Ebenezer Baptist Church which is right by the Visitor Center, the Visitor Center of course, and the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame along with a Gandhi Statue, among other places. All of the aforementioned are free to observe, and you can enter the birthplace I understand, but only on a tour. The Visitor Center provided loads of information and even has a film that plays repeatedly throughout the day. All locations were clean and safe and it was easy to move from one to another. If you're in Atlanta then I would definitely suggest a visit.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Josué González wrote a review Mar 2020
Puerto Rico32 contributions
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To follow the path of the Social Liberties in the US you must visit this site. History, memorabilia, recordings of Dr. Kings speaches and all what compromises the civil rights are here. Visitor's Center, Ebenezer Church, Hall of Freedom, The eternal flame, Dr. King's and Correta's Scott King's tombs, the Auburn Firehouse and Dr. King's birthplace house are a mus in your visit.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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