After years of living in ATL why haven't I visited MLK's house or museum? We get so use to looking for the next adventure outside of our home town. We sometimes forget to enjoy the city we live in. This year I plan on Exploring more of this great city and sharing tons of family friendly events. Thanks to my friends at MDNIFTYTV Dylan and I spent the day at Martin Luther King's Home and Visitor Center.
We arrived early enough to make our way to the visitor centeer first. These are some of my favorite pieces in the visitor centeer. It was said that Mlk traveled light. However, the fashionista in me must say he was very fashionable and carried himself with class. I always say dress for the job you want not the one you have. MLK did just that.
Tours are 30 min long with a limit of 15 people per tour. 10am and 4pm
Tours are based on first come first basis. No tickets or reservations necessary because its FREE.
Plan ahead and arrive early
"we must live together as brothers or we will perish together as fools" MLK