Gene Phillips / The Center for Civil and Human Rights
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Housed in the Centennial Olympic Park tourism corridor, the Center for Civil and Human Rights is much more than a museum. While the emphasis is certainly on the civil rights movement, there are also several exhibits about the modern age. Set aside at least two hours to wander the 42,000-square-foot facility, making sure to see the artifacts belonging to Martin Luther King Jr. as well as the multimedia clips on rights abuses of other groups, like the LGBTQ, immigrant, female, and handicapped populations.