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Visited with my family. They are becoming of age and was seriously interested in visiting the site. The statutes and information about the time period was awesome. Gave you a true sense of the history.
Before visiting the museum, we walked to the downtown area for lunch and looked at the museums & signs/quotes around this downtown area. The history of this area is oozing and the statues really remind you what happened here. Birmingham has wonderful signs around the...More
The thing about history is that it doesn't stay in the past, even if you might want it to. And in Birmingham there is a lot of history. This district and the paths that move through it is a testament to people who were willing...More
My daughter and I decided to take a quick trip to Alabama to take in a little history. Little did we know that we were going to be surprised by our finds. The Civil Rights District is a four square block of gut wrenching details...More
Simply the best tour and tour guide you can find in Birmingham Alabama.
Like most people we looked at this site.
I can honestly say Clay was very engaging and treated the subject with compassion.
I have no hesitation in recommending this tour to anyone....More
This area is especially moving for those of us who remember the events of the Civil Rights Movement. Even though I was a child in the '60s, these times are deeply imprinted in me. If you were moved by these events, or love to explore...More