A 90th birthday celebration
Monday, January 21 - 8:00am-6:00pm
FREE ADMISSION with food drive & blood drive donations
On the national holiday Monday, January 21, the National Civil Rights Museum will remember the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., one of the most prolific humanitarians and leaders of the American Civil Rights Movement. The focus of the celebration is community service and social justice in honor of Dr. King’s impact on the global society. Activities include daylong performances, youth-centered "edutainment," a health pavilion and the National Civil Rights Museum experience. In the spirit of service, the Museum will hold its annual drives for Mid-South Food Bank and Lifeblood, and serve as a center for community resources and engagement.
FREE ADMISSION OPTIONS
- Guests with canned good donation to King Day Food Drive receive free admission. Donations benefit Mid-South Food Bank to help feed families in the Mid-South.
- Guests receive TWO free museum visits for four people by donating to the blood drive benefitting Vitalant (formerly Lifeblood). A donation allows the donor & 3 guests free King Day admission PLUS additional free admission any day in 2019