nice and easy to follow exhibition. I had 2 hours and couldn't finish to go through all on display. We came on a Sunday when ticket prices are voluntary. You decide what you pay. They seem strict on no photography, no food/drinks (even water) and no bags. The parking meters outside don't tell you, but no need to pay on... 更多
Powerful, educational and deeply moving. Came here as part of a Coast to Coast trip with a group of 9 others from the UK. Found the museum very informative and really expanded my knowledge on this subject.
I appreciated the tribute to the lives of individuals who took a stand against racism at the peril of their own personal safety. Wish I could have stayed longer.
This is a must see in Birmingham. The exhibits are exceptional. There seemed to be a great deal of security around. Be sure to see the video at the church as well.
This was the best museum I have been to, and I live I the DC area and have been to the Smithsonian Institutes. The displays are informative and somewhat interactive. Go when you have several hours or plan to return. They have a mix of dioramas and news clips in an easy to follow time line. The entrance fee is... 更多
The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute was a great way to spend our Good Friday afternoon. I traveled with my husband, my 11 year old son, 10 year old autistic daughter and parents with personal experiences of segregation. The Institute was well organized, informative and interactive enough to keep everyone's attention. The information presented was factual and often disturbing for my... 更多
Our famly decided to make the stop in Biringham on our way to Louisiana. Very glad we made the stop. The institute was very nicely nice and very educational. If you travel on a Sunday, the street parking is free. Allow for 1-2 hours for your visit.