This museum, situated very close to the actual site where history was made, was an emotional experience.
The exhibits were well presented and done in such a way as to give you the experience of actually being part of the event. To imagine the courage it took from so many people to make change happen was a bit overwhelming, but gratifying. Our tour guide actually lived in Montgomery when segregation was rampant and retold stories from first hand experience.
Don't miss it. I recommend this for people of all ages.
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