There are some things of interest but the Center for Civil and Human Rights is much better and the Legacy Museum in Montgomery is extraordinary and the Civil Rights museum in Birmingham is also worth seeing. If you want to see King's tomb, this is the place.
Humbling place, wonderful exposition of MLK and display of his Nobel prize. Also nice part dedicated to Ms. King. Their grave is a wonderful monument.
The place is rich is clothes, shoes, pictures and many personal belongings of Dr. King and his wife from a young age to his adulthood. I think, more can be done on the place and its neighboring communities as this place signifies a major time in US history.
A really good way to spend a few hours, lots of history. Very moving to walk through all areas of the center, particularly the Baptist church just down the road from the center. All of the attractions are free but there are donation boxes to make a contribution to the center.…
there are two part of the king center. one is free hall where is a museum presented Martin Luther King Jr and his wife. outside there is a fountain, in the middle of the fountain is the tomb of Martin Luther King