Located on the site of a former warehouse where black people were enslaved in Montgomery, Alabama, this narrative museum uses interactive media, sculpture, videography and exhibits to immerse visitors in the sights and sounds of the domestic slave trade, racial terrorism, the Jim Crow South, and the world’s largest prison system. Compelling visuals and data-rich exhibits provide a one-of-a-kind opportunity to investigate America’s history of racial injustice and its legacy — to draw dynamic connections across generations of Americans impacted by the tragic history of racial inequality.

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Q Can I purchase tickets online?

yes

Q Does admission to the Museum also give me access to the Memorial?

You will need to purchase a ticket for each site. A discount is applied when both tickets are purchased together.

Q Are the Museum and the Memorial located at the same site?

The Museum and Memorial are located on two separate sites just a 16-minute walk apart in downtown Montgomery. The museum is located at 115 Coosa Street and the Memorial is located at 417 Caroline Street.

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