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National Voting Rights Museum and Institute, Selma
(2.9/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
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  • This a very small museum with a lot of history. It is a must see for all kids and adults to understand what our forefathers went through to so we will have the right to vote and the planning it took t...  more »
  • First this was the second time we had been to the National Voting Rights Museum. Both times have been great experiences. We have gone on the Footprints To Freedom tour with Sam both times. He is a gre...  more »
  • We came to Selma on a Sunday and found most everything closed - all the Civil Rights sights we wanted to visit. We went to the Edmund Pettus Bridge and walked across. At the end, you see the museum. I...  more »
  • I visited this museum in 1999, when it was at the other building. I was taken on a tour by Joanne Bland. She was wonderful. I enjoyed seeing the footprints, the shrine to the slain civil rights workers, the infamous "Colored" signs (I had my picture taken in front of them with Joanne, a beautiful African American woman). I loved how everybody made me feel right at home. I had special permission to stand on the rickety old balcony to have my picture taken with the Edmond Pettus Bridge behind me. The tour and employees were wonderful. Go see it and enjoy a positive look at American history. Equality is for everybody.
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