Thanks to a generous grant from FedEx, admission to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights is FREE on Saturday, February 1, 2020. Extended hours are 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The free admission day commemorates the 60th Anniversary of the first Woolworth Lunch Counter Sit-Ins, and honors the kickoff of Black History Month in February.
Adult admission is usually $20, so if you’ve been wanting to visit this hometown landmark, now is your chance.
You may also be interested in:
- Second Sundays free admission at the High Museum of Art
- 4 Atlanta museums with monthly free days through Museums On Us
- Free admission for military families through the Blue Star Museum program
About the National Center for Civil and Human Rights
The center is an engaging cultural attraction that connects the American civil rights movement to the current global human rights movement. Exhibits use powerful imagery, historic artifacts, and compelling storytelling to inspire visitors.
Monday – Saturday — 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday — noon to 5 p.m.
LAST ENTRY IS ONE HOUR PRIOR TO CLOSING TIME.
A typical visit lasts approximately 90-120 minutes.
Regular admission prices are:
- $19.99 for adults
- $15.99 for kids age 7 to 12
- FREE for kids 6 and under
- $17.99 for military, educators, students, and seniors (with the appropriate ID)
Current exhibits include:
- The American and Civil Right Movement
Dynamic exhibits like Freedom Riders and Lunch Counter allow visits to listen to the first-hand experiences of the Freedom Riders and participate in a simulation of a sit-in protest at a 1960s diner.
- The Global Human Right Movement
This gallery includes interactive experiences that foster understanding of human rights issues around the world — and how they affect our lives here in the U.S.
- The Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. Collections
This on-loan exhibit features items from Dr. Martin Luther King’s personal papers, providing an intimate view into the visionary leader’s mind.
Special Offer: Family 4-Pack for $60
This is a great deal for families and friends. It brings the per-person cost down to just $15!
To take advantage of this offer, you’ll click through to the ticketing page — then click on the special-offer button, then choose a date and time for your visit.
Free admission through the Museums on Us program
If you qualify for the Museums on Us program, you can enjoy FREE admission to the Center for Civil & Human Rights on the first full weekend of each month.
Upcoming dates for the Museums on Us program in 2020 are January 4 & 5, and February 1 & 2.
All you need is a credit or debit card from one of these financial institutions:
- Bank of America
- Merrill Lynch
- U.S. Trust
The center is located at 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd, in downtown Atlanta between the Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coca-Cola. (If you drive, you can use the parking decks for those two venues.)
If you take MARTA, the Civic Center Station is just an eight-minute walk away. You can view MARTA’s getting-there guide online.
Atlanta, GA 30313
Atlanta, GA 30313