Editor's Note: The buildings are temporarily closed.
Celebrate the spirit of the visionary Civil Rights leader on a stroll along Auburn Avenue for a few well-spent hours. Inside the home where Dr. King was born, you'll find restored rooms and original furnishings from his childhood. Pay your respects at his nearby crypt (on the grounds of the Martin Luther King Center for Nonviolent Social Change) where you can also explore exhibits dedicated not only to Dr. King, but his wife (an accomplished opera singer), Coretta Scott King, and fellow social reformer Mahatma Gandhi. Since Dr. King inspired minds, hearts, and socio-political change, it's no wonder that visitors here find the entire site infinitely moving.