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National Civil Rights Museum - Lorraine Motel

8,717 Reviews

National Civil Rights Museum - Lorraine Motel

8,717 Reviews
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Paradise269263 wrote a review Oct 23
Iowa22 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a must see for anyone visiting Memphis. It is sobering, and in light of the mood of the country, and much needed reminder of the ongoing fight for equality. It truly makes you realize that there is so much more we can and need to do. Take your time, as all the exhibits and areas are so well thought out and beautifully done.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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MusicGal26 wrote a review Oct 13
Bucks County, PA2 contributions
Everyone should visit this museum to better understand our history and feel proud of the path we are on for equal rights!
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xznc8w wrote a review Oct 13
River Rouge7 contributions
Allow plenty of time. This is not a place to go through quickly. Read, learn and understand the history and how it fits into the world's history.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Dave S wrote a review Oct 12
Nashville, Tennessee525 contributions67 helpful votes
A poignant history of the struggle for equality throughout US history in an obviously symbolic setting. Did a great job to help showcase lesser-known figures throughout the various Civil Rights movement phases and to provide a deeper picture than is discussed in most school textbooks I'd wager.
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Bingleberry78 wrote a review Oct 3
Cookeville, Tennessee86 contributions22 helpful votes
We have three sons ages 11-14. I think this is a must that everyone should do. I learned a lot. We spent about 2.5 hours or so. People are helpful and friendly and it’s a well-run museum. There is quite a bit of reading but a few other interactive media and films too. The more you read the more you get out of it. Content is thought-provoking and meaningful. I recommend going when kids are well-rested and fed. 2.5 hours there is like 4-5 hours in other museums simply because of the content. It’s about the only thing we could fit in during the day just because it’s mentally and emotionally challenging. It was a powerful experience for us. Wear masks and expect lines. They stagger the entrance which is helpful because the flow through the museum was paced well.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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