If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that my family and I love to visit Civil Rights Museums. I always lived nearby one in Memphis, and that museum taught me so much about the movement. Over the years, I’ve had the chance to visit so many thought-provoking Civil Rights museums. Today’s list is not a list of all of the Civil Rights museums. I know there are many I haven’t gone to. Before you check out today’s article, I encourage you to check out the United States Civil Rights Trail. You may have an interesting museum in your backyard.
We are finally here, the last of my summer vacation travel guides. Last week we got to explore Birmingham, Alabama and Montgomery, Alabama. The last city on our vacation was Biloxi, Mississippi. We got to have so much fun in this city. I can’t wait to show you what we did. Biloxi was full of surprises, and I can’t wait to go back to the Mississippi gulf coast soon.
After spending a few days in Birmingham, my family and I made our way down to Montgomery, Alabama, for the next phase of our trip. I am going to call this the busy trip because we were almost always out exploring the city. We got in quite a few museums, although there were a few things I wish we got to, most notably Dr. King’s church on Dexter Avenue. Despite not having enough time to see that church, I feel like we were able to get in quite a bit of sightseeing during our time in Montgomery, Alabama. Keep reading to hear about our adventures.
If you’ve been following me on social media, you know that I took a vacation a few weeks ago. I am finally decompressing on that trip, and I’ll be sharing mini-guides to all the cities we visited. The first city I’ll be sharing is Birmingham, Alabama.
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Are you looking for more southern city guides? Check out my guide to three fun days in Atlanta, Georgia!