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    One of the best most historically relevant places in the city. The King center shows you what the civil rights movement was all about. It also held teach about the most dynamic leader in the history of the movement.

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    Finally had the chance to go to the MLK site and it was very enlightening. Better to visit outside of holidays.

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    A very emotional place to visit. The Visitor Center is well planned abd educational. The Center needs to be better curated, however. But that doesn’t take away the significance of the experience.

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    Visited August of 2013. Only difficult part was finding the parking lot, but there is a large free lot you can park in near the musuem. We spent over 3 hours touring all the different sites and could have spent another hour or two if we had more time. The house tour is great, sign up at the musuem as soon as it opens to guarantee a tour, because they fill up fast. All of the key components are walking distance to each other, MLK musuem, birth house, King Center, Ebenezer Baptist. We could not find any nice restaurants in the immeadite area, so drove back into town for lunch afterwards.

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    Much larger than I thought it would be. Restored house where he spent his childhood with guided tour. Restored the houses in the entire block to see how he grew up. Restored church, exhibit hall about his life, restored fire station, and museum about the civil rights movement. You really get an understanding of how he developed his beliefs.