Visited from the UK. This was the best introduction to the Montgomery Bus Boycotts and I particularly enjoyed that the presentation seeks to put the incident in context by outlining the contributions from all who were part of this story not just focusing on Rosa Parks. The museum was modern in feel and made good use of video, sound and models to tell the story. One very young child on the tour got bored quickly as there is a lot of information. This is exactly what we wanted though, and I would recommend stopping here first on any civil rights trail. We had a guided tour at 3 that lasted about an hour. The other galleries were no particularly interesting to us. The tour guide was excellent and passionate about the subject.
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