An overwhelming feeling domes over you as you realize where the bomb blew that killed 4 beautiful young girls. To think that Dr. King may have stood on the very spot you were standing is Awe inspiring !
This is a very active working church (beautiful inside), and it is not a well-oiled tourist site. There are a few tours available (call ahead), and there is a small gallery in the basement of photos. Since it's right across the street from the museum you can step over and read the placards that are outside. If you don't get... 更多
We toured the church during our family reunion. I was very educational and great to share the experience with my 8 year old son. My cousin does professional tours so we had a very good time.
the church was not open since they were having a wedding that day. We look lots of picture outside. I will be returning. Birmingham is so historic
Having grown up reading about the senseless tragedy and loss of those 4 little girls in Birmingham, I wanted to visit the site and bring our daughters to see it as well. The church is simple but beautiful in its own right. RIP sweet little girls.
It still saddens me that people don't understand the importance of the 16th St. Baptist Church when it pertains to the Civil Rights movement and even U.S. History. My boyfriend and I decided to take a trip to 16th St. Baptist Church and we were both moved. The tour begins with a 10 minute "Documentary" and then people are allowed... 更多
We visited this church with the intention of experiencing a different aspect of the building. We were aware of its history and so too are all the local people. Many of whom remember the incident, like to was yesterday. They remember how the stained glass window which was blown out, bears an image of Jesus and how only the face... 更多