Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social ChangeEstablished in 1968, this historic site offers visitors a look at the life, teachings and continuing legacy of Dr. King through a variety of exhibits and programs. Home to the birth home of Dr. King, the crypt of Dr. and Mrs. King, and an exhibit space honoring Rosa Parks and Mahatma Gandhi, the center is the official living memorial and offers free tours, two exhibition halls, an auditorium, a bookstore, a theater, a resource center, and an art gallery.
Hours -Open daily from 9am - 5pm, with extended summer hours.
- Lectures & seminars
- Book launch events
- King Week Holiday March
- Salute to Greatness Awards
- Guided tours
- Photographic history exhibits
- Eternal flame & reflecting pool
- Historical art galleries
- Ebenezer Baptist Church