450 Auburn Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30312


Contact Info

(404) 331-6922

The Martin Luther King, Jr., National History Site includes Ebenezer Baptist Church and the King Center in downtown Atlanta. Within these facilities visitors can learn about Dr. King's life and his influence on others. The focal points of the beautifully landscaped plaza area are the International World Peace Rose Garden, which includes inspirational messages of peace. 

Yelp Reviews

4.5 stars

An important part of civil rights history on historic Auburn Avenue. It should be visited by anyone at least once in life. The Martin Luther King Jr. Center... Read Full Review

5-star historic interest, 4-star execution, 3-star logistics. Truly unique celebration of a history-making man; truly unique aspect of Atlanta, a town... Read Full Review

Went here a few years ago and it was a great experience. A little smaller than I thought but that did not take away from great exhibits and information. Read Full Review

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TripAdvisor Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4.5 stars Based on 3435 traveler reviews


It's amazing that this area is preserved and it is quite large. It was a pleasure to visit with my children in August 2017 and encourage everyone to visit if they are in Atlanta. I'm ashamed to say... Read Full Review

Plenty to see even while closed

The park is ran by the NPS and has a free parking lot. You can still see the memorial, his boyhood home and ebenezer church (from the outside). All free and worth seeing. Spend an hour or so. Read Full Review

Sadly not open but still worth a Visit

Sadly, the Visitor Center is still not open, but the area is still worth a visit. You can view all the outside attractions and across the street is the original Ebenezer Church and the King Center... Read Full Review

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