The Children's Side was a real treat. I wish I'd brought my four children here when they were younger. I wish I could have brought every student I ever had here too. The "Time Machine" is a must see for kids of all ages!
The Rosa Parks Museum recently had a free weekend & my family decided that this was a perfect time to visit. We "took a trip" on the time machine, which was quite interesting. It took passengers back to the pre-Jim Crow era to explain where the term Jim Crow came from and traveled forward to the present. It's a great... 更多
Situated at the site where Rosa Parks was arrested, this is a museum in 2 parts, and the visitor can choose to see one or both parts. Free parking. The first part is in the Children's Annex and is a simulation of Rosa Park's bus, transformed into a time machine and which takes the visitor back to the time of... 更多
There was a great exhibit detailing the bus boycott. When you go, make sure that you know there are two sides museum/ children's wing. There are two different tickets you need. I had not understood that and only got to see one side.
This was another interesting place we visited in the area. We found out more about the civil rights movement and learnt so much.
We thoroughly enjoyed our tour of the parsonage. Dr. Shirley Cherry was very knowledgeable and engaging! This is a guided tour that starts on the hour. They definitely need to update the film shown at the beginning of the tour.
The museum holds an amazing piece of history, but it was unfortunate that the videos were not working during our visit. I felt that the kids missed out on a one in a lifetime opportunity. Being that this museum is representative of a woman who made such an enormous impact on our society, the full experience should be kept up... 更多