The Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site Visitor Center

Recommended
During the 1980s, a revitalization of the historic Auburn Avenue began when the blocks where Dr. Martin Luther King had lived and worked were designated a National Historic District. Begin your tour at The Martin Luther King Jr., National Historic Site Visitor Center, where the history of black America, including the civil rights movement and the pivotal role played by Dr. King, is told through a series of modules, each one chronicling a different aspect of the story.

Useful information

Address : 

450 Auburn Ave. N.E.

Phone:

+1 404-331-6922

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