Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park is a museum in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. It is dedicated to Martin Luther King Jr and consists of his first family home and the church where he was baptized ‘Ebenezer Baptist Church’. It is an open-air museum with key buildings on display and also a visitor centre that provides more information on Martin Luther King Jr. The museum was established in 1980 and covers 35 acres of land in the city.
The museum is a 10-minute walk away from the ‘Peachtree Center’ metro stop which is accessed by the Gold and Red lines. It is a short walk away from the ‘King Historic District’ tram stop. The 3 and 899 buses stop at the museum.
Opening Times and Admission
The national historical park is open to visitors daily, 9am-5pm. There is no admission fee.