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Birmingham Civil Rights Inst

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520 16th St. N.
Birmingham, AL 35203
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(205) 328-9696
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The Civil Rights Institute is probably the most important place to visit in Birmingham. It is a nonprofit, privately and publicly funded museum to the civil rights movement as it ...

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History You Need to Understand 8/17/2005

The Civil Rights Institute is probably the most important place to visit in Birmingham. It is a nonprofit, privately and publicly funded museum to the civil rights movement as it unfolded, principally in Birmingham in the 1950s through 1960s. The exhibits include a short introducting movie, models of segregated facilities, detailed memorabilia of the segregaged South, and then a slow walk through a mixture of documents, photographs, recorded voices, television images, and even the bombed out front end of a bus from the Freedom Riders. Every visit is engrossing and you will learn something more every time you come. On Sundays, incidentally, a number of veterans of the Struggle are at the museum just to talk with visitors. more

Very educational 8/13/2005

The Civil Rights museum is a place everyone should visit. Detailing the Civil Rights movement, the museum is full of video and artifacts detailing the struggle against prejudice. Sitting next to the historic 16th Street Baptist church, the museum is a truely though provoking museum. After visiting the museum, you can take a walk through the historic Kelly Ingram Park. more
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  • Hours:

    Tuesday To Saturday From 10:00 AM To 05:00 PM Sunday From 01:00 PM To 05:00 PM
  • Neighborhoods:

    Fountain Heights

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