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Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

Honoring a Visionary, Inspiring Generations: Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial

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Anique,  United States United States
28 Apr 2024
Excellent
Dre’ did wonderfully. Well educated on his stuff. Corey the driver also was very safe and was also where we could find him when we needed to return to the bus.
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Ellen,  Canada Canada
28 Apr 2024
Excellent
Great way to see the monuments and our tour guide had great energy!
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Jasmine,  United States United States
14 Apr 2024
Excellent
This bus tour was amazing, well worth the time and money; we also got access to the museum as a group after the bus tour as well. The bus is air conditioned and the tour makes a few stops where we...
This bus tour was amazing, well worth the time and money; we also got access to the museum as a group after the bus tour as well. The bus is air conditioned and the tour makes a few stops where we have some time to walk around (it’s a moderate amount of walking so don’t forget your supportive shoes!) Our tour guide Dre was a treasure trove of knowledge (not just DC history) and gave poignant relevance to the symbolism and meanings behind the architecture, placement, and intention behind what we see around DC; what he teaches makes the maxim “Black history is American history” ring true with history we can see and touch.
National Museum of African American History and Culture & African American Tour

About: Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

Welcome to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, a powerful tribute to an extraordinary leader of the civil rights movement. Located in Washington, D.C., this iconic memorial honors the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and his tireless efforts in advocating for equality and justice. As you stand before the striking statue of Dr. King, you'll feel a sense of inspiration and reflection. The memorial's serene setting, with its stunning granite walls inscribed with quotes from Dr. King's speeches, provides a peaceful space for contemplation and remembrance. Visit the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial and be moved by the enduring message of hope and unity that it embodies.

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
1964 Independence Ave SW, 20004, Washington, D.C.
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