The centerpiece of Montgomery’s civil rights landmarks is without a
doubt the Rosa Parks Library and Museum located on Montgomery Street.
This grippingly, fascinating museum contains permanent
exhibits that chronicle the first twenty years of the civil rights struggle, beginning with
the arrest of Mrs. Parks and following through to the many significant events
that followed. Special exhibits that focus on racial equality also appear at the
Museum on a rotating basis. The Assembly Room or auditorium frequently features
guest lecturers who share expertise in the history of the movement through the