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Slavery and Civil War Museum

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The Slavery and Civil War Museum presents the history of African people from antiquity through the Civil War. Nearby is the National Voting Rights Museum and Institute. Exhibits explore the three separate Freedom marches, women’s suffrage, Rev. Jesse Louis Jackson, Obama, Martin Luther King and John F. Kennedy. There is a fee to enter each museum, and a combination ticket if you plan on visiting both. Check museum hours before heading out.

1410 Water Avenue
Selma, Alabama
(334) 526-4000


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