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Rosa Parks Museum, Montgomery

Categories: History Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web
Rosa Parks Museum is located in Montgomery. A visit to Rosa Parks Museum represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Montgomery vacation trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • If you want to cover civil rights when you visit Montgomery don't miss this. Insight into Rosa Parks and details of her fateful day and the bus boycott that followed. The Audi-visual is especially goo...  read more »
  • Took a step back in time to learn a lot about the civil rights movement. It's an experience worth having. 
  • A very informative and well structured account of the Montgomery bussing issue and the courage of the people acting collectively. A big eye opener was how young Martin Luther King was at the time 
  • Attended with the EHHS Class of '65 a group of 20 people. This is a very nice museum which offer information we didnot know or had just forgotten, a very good experience and Mr Ricky Brown was very knowledgeable on the history of the museum. Glad I went and hope that more will take the time and learn this rich history.
  • Great museum, very good presentation for this critical piece of our history. I highly recommend visiting and supporting this education.
  • Awe inspiring visit, this is a must see exhibit. We had a wonderful docent who shared a wonderful conversation with us.
  • Not worth the price of admission. We paid $5.50 for children and $7.50 for adults to watch a 10 minute film!!! Very disappointed!!!!
  • Disappointed in my visit. Video feature was down so could not see a proper presentation and was very much looking forward to it. This is a very important part of US history. Also disappointed in seeing Black Lives Matter T-shirts for sale in the gift shop. This current "movement" has absolutely nothing to do with Rosa Parks and her stance against segregation. Would probably not attempt another visit when in the area.
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