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The Dexter Parsonage Museum


category : Museums
Parsonage provides public access to residence formerly occupied by Dr. Martin Luther King and his family (1954-1960). Interpretive Center chronicles history of era that led to Montgomery bus boycott and Civil Rights Movement.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Tours by appt.
Address: 303 S. Jackson St.

Phone: 334-261-3270
Fax: 334-269-0084
Our Website:www.dakmf.org

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