Located at the Lorraine Motel which still has the section of the motel where a wreath hangs near Room 306 where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assasinated. The museum in the motel was closed for renovations but the museum across the street was open. Just fascinating to read and see all the materials collected. The facts presented were in a chronological order leaving questions running through your head throughout the visit. Looking across the street from this museum to the balcony of the hotel was very eerie. This should never have happened but Dr. Martin Luther King Jr made such a difference and impact on civil rights. A must when visiting Memphis.
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