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Center for Civil and Human Rights, Atlanta

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4.7/5 based on 950+ reviews on the web
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  • The Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta is a must visit if you are traveling to Atlanta. I enjoy walking the halls of the museum and learning about how events during the civil rights movement...  read more »
  • This is a MUST, when in Atlanta !!! Very nice, beautiful and more then all, interesting museum. A sad dark past of American history, that happened not long ago. Unfortunately, did not see a single wor...  read more »
  • This was my second time visiting the museum and I'm glad I returned. The first trip last year was with my mock trial students, and we had a limited amount of time because we were also visiting the Aqu...  read more »
  • If you are interested in learning more about the history of our great nation I would highly recommend visiting here. Take time to read, listen and watch all of the multimedia exhibits and immerse yourself by living the experience. This is an adult outing and I would not recommend taking children under ten years of age. I enjoyed the third floor exhibits the most since this is where current human rights trends are showcased.
  • Very informative museum. There were interesting recordings and other media components. I just wish there were more actual articles from the Era. Most of the exhibits were photos of components. Perhaps I'm a traditionalist when it comes to museums. That being said, definitely check it out.
  • Amazing museum covering the civil rights movement and modern civil rights issues. This is probably the best museum I have ever been to.
  • Beautiful tribute to the countless individuals who fought for equality in the US! The rooms ranged from shocking to sad to inspirational. All were detailed and informative. There was a quote near the talking drum room about each generation earning its own equality. I hope that they can add an exhibit about the ''black lives matter'' movement.
  • My family enjoyed the great experience at the civil rights museum. I loved the part towards the end of the museum when people could tell who they are and what they learned. My girls did the talking and I was really impressed with what they learned from the museum visit.
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