|National Civil Rights Museum Displays New Exhibits
If you've visited the National Civil Rights Museum before, there's a very good reason to return. Watch Video
|Lorraine Motel Balcony, Site of MLK Assassination, Now Open to Public
For the first time, the National Civil Rights Museum is allowing visitors access to the spot where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was murdered.
|Marlo Thomas, Others Receive Freedom Award
Actress Marlo Thomas is one of six people receiving a Freedom Award from the National Civil Rights Museum.
|Event: This Week at the National Civil Rights Museum
Here's a look at some upcoming events at the National Civil Rights Museum, beginning Thursday, July 5.
|Balcony to Open at Civil Rights Museum
The National Civil Rights Museum in downtown Memphis, will close at the end of business on Monday, November 5, for renovations. During the renovations, for the first time, the balcony of the Lorraine Motel will be open to the public.
|Freedom Rider Joan Mulholland Visits Civil Rights Museum
Former Freedom Rider Joan Mulholland, a Virginia native who dropped out of college to join the Civil Rights Movement in the early 1960's, paid a visit to the National Civil Rights Museum to take a look back at part of her history. Watch Video