Historic Sites

African American Museum In Philadelphia
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The first institution built by a major U.S.

Albany Civil Rights Institute
Albany, Georgia

The Albany Civil Rights Institute preserves the history of the Civil Rights movement in

Beck Cultural Exchange Center
Knoxville, Tennessee

The Beck Cultural Exchange Center is an interactive museum that researches and exhibits

Birmingham Civil Rights Institute
Birmingham, Alabama

The many exhibits on display at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute enlighten visitor

Center For Civil & Human Rights
Atlanta, Georgia

The Center, now in the planning stages of development, will promote the ongoing Civil R

Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
Washington, District Of Columbia

Frederick Douglass' life spanned nearly eighty years, from

Historical Society Of Washington D.C.
Washington, District Of Columbia

Located in the historic Carnegie Library building, the Historical Society of Washington

International Civil Rights Center & Museum
Greensboro, North Carolina

The Woolworth Building, where the famous Greensboro sit-in occurred in 1960, now houses

Lincoln Memorial
Washington, District Of Columbia

“In this temple, as in the hearts of the people for whom he saved the Union, the memory

Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site
Little Rock, Arkansas

Broadcast around the world, the events at this high school made Little Rock the site of

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library And Museum
Austin, Texas

The library dedicated to the former president comprises the life and public career of L

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
Washington, District Of Columbia

Opened to the public on August 22, 2011, the Martin Luther King, Jr.

Mary McLeod Bethune Council House National Historic Site
Washington, District Of Columbia

Mary McLeod Bethune, political activist for racial and gender equality, established the

Montgomery Greyhound Bus Station
Montgomery, Alabama

Mob violence that met interracial student bus riders at this station on May 20, 1961 sh

Museum Of Tolerance
Los Angeles, California

This museum provides a unique and provocative experience that challenges visitors to be

National Civil Rights Museum
Memphis, Tennessee

The museum showcases the history of the Civil Rights Movement and the role Memphis play

National Voting Rights Museum
Selma, Alabama

This museum, located at the scene of the "Bloody Sunday" in Selma, Alabama, commemorate

Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Musuem
Savannah, Georgia

The Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum, named for a leader of the Civil Rights Move

Rosa Parks Museum & Children's Wing
Montgomery, Alabama

History comes alive through the Museum's exhibits on the story of Rosa Parks and the Mo

Smithsonian National Museum Of American History
Washington, District Of Columbia

The National Museum of American History offers a collection of Americana as rich and di

Tuskegee Human And Civil Rights Multicultural Center
Tuskegee, Alabama

The Multicultural Center recounts the history of the different people and cultures that