Plan Your Visit

We hope your visit to The National Center for Civil and Human Rights is meaningful and memorable.

Guided Tours: A Civil and Human Rights Journey

Take a journey through time as you explore the Civil Rights Movement of the South in a timeline chronology from the early1950s to the end of the 1960s. The tour will continue with an exploration of Global Human Rights of today. These tours will be available Saturdays and Sundays. Please CLICK HERE to schedule a time and join one of our available guided tours. 

Tours are only available on the weekends during the following times:  


  • 10:30-12pm 
  • 12pm-1:30pm 
  • 1:30pm-3pm 
  • 3pm-4:30pm 


  • 12:30pm-2pm 
  • 2pm-3:30pm 
  • 3:30pm-5pm 


100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd, Atlanta, Ga 30313
p. 678.999.8990
Directions & Parking


Tuesday – Friday & Sunday:
12PM to 5PM

10AM to 5PM
Last entry at 4pm daily.

Ways to Save

Save 44% on your ticket to The Center and 4 other top attractions with the Atlanta CityPASS.

Buy Tickets

We recommend purchasing tickets online prior to your visit.
Click here to purchase.

Exhibitions & Galleries

The Center features exhibitions that tell the story of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement and connects its legacy to ongoing human rights struggles around the world.

Directions & Parking

We are located in Downtown Atlanta between the Georgia Aquarium and the World of Coca-Cola. View Driving & Parking Directions.

Accessibility & Policies

The Center is accessible to people with disabilities and meets all ADA requirements. View our Accessibility & Policies Guidelines.

Things to Do in Atlanta


Visitors to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights can receive preferred pricing at a number of Atlanta’s finest hotels. Contact them for special rates and ask for the “National Center for Civil and Human Rights Room Rate”

  • Hilton Garden Inn: Call 404-577-2001
  • Embassy Suites, Centennial Olympic Park: Call 1-800-HILTONS
  • The Glenn Hotel: Call 1-888-236-2427
  • Atlanta Marriott Marquis: Call 1-866-469-5475
  • Hyatt Regency Atlanta: Contact Chad Pierce at 404-460-6521 or email [email protected]


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