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Atlanta Center for Civil and Human Rights General Admission

Atlanta, United States

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Spend the afternoon exploring the Atlanta Center for Civil and Human Rights, located in downtown Atlanta. Check out the engaging and interactive attraction with this general admission pass. Learn about the American Civil Rights movement, and see how this translates to the global arena. Learn about fundamental rights and gain the information and language necessary to continue to conversation in your own community.
  • General Admission to Atlanta Center for Civil and Human Rights
  • Learn about the American Civil Rights Movement
  • Gain a deeper understanding of human rights on a global scale
  • See one of Atlanta's top cultural attractions
  • Visit at a time that best suits your schedule
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This activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers.

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Rich Historical Context Tour of Civil Rights Movement
, Feb 2020
This tour involved walking around the Sweet Auburn neighborhood and seeing well known historic locations including Martin Luther King Jr's birth home & Ebenezer Baptist Church, but also included some off the beaten path stops such as Wheat Street Baptist Church & Prince Hall Grand Lodge which provided additional historical context and richness to the tour commentary! This tour delves into the stories of other prominent figures of the Civil War movement and how by working together they were able to achieve change and progress in our country. Emily was very upbeat, engaging, entertaining, well informed, & enthusiastic about sharing Atlanta's history!
What a Human Experience
, Jul 2019
This a must attend if you are in Atlanta for the entire family. It recognizes world wide leaders and gives an experience of America (past and present). Must attend!
I was hugely fascinated by the...
Krystal S
, Aug 2018
I was hugely fascinated by the Centre for Civil and Human Rights. It gave me a perspective that was far bigger than you are taught in school. Yes, it covers the more well-known people such as Martin Luther King Jr and Rosa Parks but it opened my eyes to a whole new world of people who fought the fight for justice or supported the push for change and respect like Viola Liuzzo, Ivan Allen Jr , Claudette Colvin and the former coca cola president Robert Woodruff. It is well worth the visit and you must do the lunch counter experience its humbling and shocking in equal measure . The only downside is that when buying tickets via viator you still have to queue up, so it almost defeats the purpose as you may as well queue to buy your tickets
Wonderful museum! I learned so much...
Carol M
, Aug 2017
Wonderful museum! I learned so much. Everyone should visit.
We had visited Memphis previously...
, Oct 2016
We had visited Memphis previously and this Museum followed on so well. There is a balance of film clips, reading and audio commentary. It was excellent and very moving in parts. Well done for bringing it up to date with all the human rights issues in the world today. Highly recommended.
This is a MUST see. There are parts...
Pam B
, Sep 2016
This is a MUST see. There are parts that are tough to see, but worth it. While I believe we still have a ways to go in this country, it shows how far we've come. Allow plenty of time to go thru this museum.
A wealth of information, and more than...
, Jul 2016
A wealth of information, and more than we could absorb in a quick afternoon.

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