National Center For Civil and Human Rights

History Museum, Non-Profit
100 Ivan Allen Jr Blvd NW (at Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW)
Atlanta, GA 30308
Monday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Friday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday
10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday
12:00pm - 5:00pm

Tips

  • A must visit for locals and tourists. You need at least 2 hours to explore it. 3 floors of America's history and footprint to change our future story.
  • Awesome experience. I brought my 77-year-old dad and enjoyed watching him reminisce for a few hours. We were both grateful for the complimentary wheelchair!
  • The exhibits are wonderful in this museum. Take your time to read all of the history. The sit-in counter experience is a must. Don't forget to head downstairs to see the MLK artifacts.
  • This cultural attraction connects the histories of the civil rights movement and contemporary human rights issues. Guests will leave empowered to engage in dialogue about fundamental human rights.
  • This three-level hands-on museum offers visitors a multisensory immersion into both the U.S. civil rights movement and global human rights efforts. Each exhibit is a force of its own.
  • Amazing. There's really no words - it's done incredibly well, but the subject matter takes your breath away. If you can pick between this and the Coke world, come here!!
  • Give yourself time. Do not rush.
  • Must see when visiting Atlanta. All involved should be commended on their efforts. From the staff to the exihibits are amazing.
  • Best place in Atlanta.
  • Amazing museum. I feel more humsn for having been.
  • Make sure to take the audio tour. It is informative and leaves you feeling empowered.
  • A truly moving and brilliantly produced museum packed with things to learn (& remember) but in an interactive and artful way that brings history to life quite powerfully. Recommend for ages 7+.
  • Great exhibition and so much to learn. A must for every Atlanta visitor!
  • Thought provoking experience especially at the virtual lunch counter. Touches on disability, LGBT & other human civil rights too
  • Probably the highlight of my stay in Atlanta. The exhibition was thorough, incredibly touching and informative. Everybody stepping in Atlanta should come to this museum.
  • Everyone should visit here.
  • Very interesting and touching museum. It focus mainly on segregation but it goes to other topics on human rights as well. Very nice!
  • The fountain is great with serious words
  • Powerful experience, highly recommended.
  • Fantastic museum great design with informative and engaging exhibits. Take your time to watch the videos, listen to the audio recordings and sit at the lunch counter.

Nearby places

285 Andrew Young International Blvd NW (Marietta St)
121 Baker St NW (at Pemberton Place)
225 Baker St NW (at Luckie St NW)