Learn about the struggles for voice and equality by heroes of the past and present with this collection of stories, films, and exhibits
What You'll Get
- Adult tickets valid for customers ages 18–64
- Free admission for children 6 and under
The Fine Print
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About The Center for Civil and Human Rights
Awarded the TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence and the 2019 Best of Atlanta (History Museum) Award, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in downtown Atlanta is an engaging and uplifting journey that reminds visitors of the struggles and triumphs in the fight to protect the civil and human rights of all people. In the museum's three main galleries, guests can sit at an interactive lunch counter protest, stand face-to-face with global human-rights icons, and behold Martin Luther King Jr.'s personal papers and various artifacts.
- Witness the defining moments of the American Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s and 1960s brought to life.
- Learn about the global human-rights movement and empathize with those taking a stand in the contemporary fight for human rights.
- Encounter interactive touch-screen technology, moving videos, original recordings, and individual stories of courage in each exhibition.
- Discover original artwork by Ross Rossin, Platon, Paula Scher and more.