International Civil Rights Center and Museum

International Civil Rights Center & Museum    

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The International Civil Rights Center & Museum (ICRCM), located in Greensboro, N.C., is an archival center, collecting museum and teaching … See more

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5.0/5 · 1,915 reviews
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Jun 14, 2024
What an amazing museum. The tour was great . Me. Darren mcgil you are an excellent tour guide. Everyone should that their teenage kids to see this. Knowledge is power. Full review by Adreinna J
Jun 8, 2024
A wonderful and important museum attached to an inspirational story. Angela was a wonderful tour guide. A guided tour is essential for getting the most out of the experience. Full review by Brian T
Jun 8, 2024
Very moving experience, should be seen by everyone. Definitely get the tour guide! We were a few minutes late, so we started with one guide and then started again with another to complete the tour. … Full review by cadurand
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Architectural style:Art deco
Director:John Swaine
Established:2010

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What is the tour price?
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15.00 for adults, 10.00 for K-12 students.
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Would this be appropriate for an 8yr old?
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The history is great. There is an area with graphic photos that they would walk you through faster if it’s uncomfortable. But all the info is very educational and valuable.
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Would this be age appropriate/engaging for a 7th grader?
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Yes, I think so. It's not graphic. There are a few photos but the guide makes it fun and interesting although the circumstances are what they are. I think a 7th grader can handle it. They …
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Yes, I think so. It's not graphic. There are a few photos but the guide makes it fun and interesting although the circumstances are what they are. I think a 7th grader can handle it. They may have questions but they should be fine.
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is there an admissions fee?
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The primary means of support for this Museum comes from the admission fees charged and support from the Museum Store. The Museum also attempts to raise funds from …
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The primary means of support for this Museum comes from the admission fees charged and support from the Museum Store. The Museum also attempts to raise funds from corporations and private individuals through annual fundraisers.
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