The Center’s exhibitions connect the American civil rights struggle to the global human rights movements through touch-screen technology, powerful videos, original recordings and individual stories of courage. The Center serves as the exclusive public venue for the Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection, a rotating display of 13,000 artifacts that convey the profound impact of King’s life and legacy.
The Center for Civil and Human Rights provides a range of unique spaces to accommodate your next event. Whether you are planning a corporate meeting or training, a holiday gathering, wedding reception or dinner party, The Center will provide a one-of-a-kind experience for you and your guests.
If driving via I-75/I-85, the Centennial Park District is located off of Exit 249C (Williams Street) from the North and Exit 249D (Spring St.) from the South. Via I-20 East/West, take Exit on I-75/I-85N toward Atlanta. Exit 249D (Spring St.). Spring Street veers left and becomes Centennial Olympic Park Drive NW. Turn right on Baker St. then left right on Marietta St. For all drivers, a 670-space covered parking deck is located at the Hilton Garden Inn, and additional public pay lots are located throughout the District. If taking MARTA, the Centennial Park District is a 5-10 minute walk from either the Dome/GWCC/Philips/CNN station on the Blue/Green line or from the Peachtree Center station on the Red/ Gold line, in addition to bus service. The District can also be reached by disembarking at the Centennial Olympic Park stop along the Atlanta Streetcar route.