Martin Luther King Jr. History Walking Tour
You will get a deep understanding of the people and places that inspired the Civil Rights Movement on this tour. As the only tour in the city authorized by the King Center, we'll give you the inside scoop into this incredible neighborhood.
[Note: This tour does NOT include going inside the King Birth Home or Old Ebenezer Baptist Church. Our walk is 1.7 miles with lots of standing; please contact us if you have any physical limitations.]
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- • Seeing Prince Hall Grand Lodge, a hidden treasure in the Civil Rights Movement
- Exterior of Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church and the King Center
- • Taking in the phenomenal views at the Jackson Street Bridge
- • Understanding the Atlanta's impact of the Civil Rights Movement
- • Entertaining and immersive stories of Dr. King and the many Civil Rights leaders
- We do not provide transportation to or from the tour
- Inside of Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church Heritage Sanctuary
- Birth Home Tour (For more information visit: https://thekingcenter.org/visit/ )
- Exterior only of Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church. (pass by)
Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic SiteThe tour meets and ends at the National Historic Site, and includes an overview of the site, as well as detailed walk through various areas on the site. Due to potential staffing shortages, all National Park buildings are subject to closure at any time.
- Exterior only of the historic Prince Hall Grand Lodge, location of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s and Congressman John Lewis's offices, as well as a historic Madam CJ Walker Beauty Salon (pass by)
Jackson Street BridgeTake in the city's most famous views at the iconic Jackson Street Bridge.
Sweet AuburnThe tour takes place entirely in the Sweet Auburn neighborhood and includes numerous visits to points of interests
The King CenterHours of operation are 7 days a week from 10-5pm
Guests will make connections from prominent Civil Rights leaders that they learned about on the tour as they see their shoe prints along the Walk of Fame
If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.