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Rosa Parks Library and Museum

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地址: 251 Montgomery St, 251 Montgomery Street, 36104, Montgomery, AL 36104-3526
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9:00 - 17:00
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周一 - 周四 9:00 - 17:00
周五 9:00 - 12:00
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This tribute to the "Mother of the Civil Rights Movement" honors...

This tribute to the "Mother of the Civil Rights Movement" honors Rosa Parks, the African-American woman who, in 1955, sparked the civil rights movement by refusing to give her bus seat to a white man. The museum helps visitors relive this tumultuous era with a video, artifacts, historical documents, a lifesize statue of Rosa Parks and a replica of the bus in which she sat that day.

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If you are interested in history and the people of the South, this museum is for you. It is well done, with balance of visual and auditory exhibits.

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Museum does a great job in their exhibits and very detailed in their presentations giving a greater description than ever presented in any classroom. If you have teenagers, take them here to learn the truth of this era in time. If your an adult, more than likely you didn't learn these details in a civil history class. Many things shared... 更多 

犹他州Springville
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A great way to feel like you are in the moment when she choose to not give up her seat. You watch it all. Impactful. Well worth the time.

阿拉巴马卡尔曼
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This was on my 4th grader's field trip agenda and one of the highlights. You get history facts in several mediums. Basically get to watch the bus scene live which is hard to describe but very unique in its delivery. The museum is small and the tour is pretty quick but I definitely recommend it.

宾夕法尼亚Holland
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Not to be missed if you are visiting Montgomery, you should do both sides and the Children's Wing does not mean it is for kids. Ross Parks loved children so they named it that.

威斯康星Suamico
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Get an account of Rosa Parks and what she endured during the 1960's Civil Rights movement. You can watch the events on the bus that ultimately led to her arrest. The material is presented with pictures and a unique video of the bus. Pictures of that era and interviews of people complement the tour. Definitely a must see!

佛罗里达西棕榈滩
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This was a very interesting and sobering museum. You go through and watch videos and there are large displays like statues and period-accurate buses that really bring this time period to life and help you to understand the information being presented. This museum explores an important part of Alabama's history and it's an important part of any visit to Montgomery.... 更多 

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I love this library. I live in Atlanta but visitbmy granddaughters who go to BALDWIN. It is next door. I go super early to pick them up so I can spend time in the library. Everyone is friendly and helpful. The library has the feel of the library I used as a young girl ‼️It is 2 stories and clean... 更多 

肯塔基
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We hadn't planned on visiting this museum, but had some time and it was well worth it. The tour was wonderful and we learned so much. I especially appreciated the recreation of Rosa Parks' arrest on the bus. Our children (6 year old twins) had lots of insightful questions afterword, and kept thinking about them after we left. I highly... 更多 

哥伦比亚特区华盛顿特区
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Very well done museum at the base of Troy University right where Rosa Parks was arrested. Museum includes a reenactment of the arrest and lots of other history related to the bus boycott. Affordable group outing and short and engaging enough to keep children interested. Our group was middle school aged. Worth a stop and close to lots of other... 更多 

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