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Greyhound Bus Station

Freedom Rides Museum in Montgomery's Historic Greyhound Bus Station

 

“If not us, then who? If not now, then when? ...Will someone else's children have to risk their lives instead of us risking ours?” Freedom Rider John Lewis, May 1961

 

www.freedomridesmuseum.org

Contact: Trina Binkley
trina.binkley@preserveala.org
334-230-2680

 

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Activities

Follow the Freedom Rides story on outside exhibit panels. Explore works of art inspired by the rides. Share your story in our video exhibit, or hear what Freedom Riders and others have recorded.

 

Hours

Fridays and Saturdays only, 12pm-4pm

Open by appointment for groups of 10 or more

Closed all state holidays

 

Admission Fees

Adults, $5;

College students, seniors, military $4

Children 6-18, $3

$1 discount per person for groups of 10 or more

 

 

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Directions

Going south on I-65, take exit 172 (Clay St.), stay straight onto Dickerson St., take left onto Herron Street, Herron St. becomes Bibb St., turn right onto Lee St., Lee turns into Court St., bus station is up the hill on right.

 

Going north on I-65, take exit 172 (Clay St.), turn right onto Herron St., Herron turns into Bibb St., turn right on Lee St., Lee turns into Court St., bus station is up the hill on the right.

 

Going south on 1-85, take exit 1 (Union St.), continue straight on service road (E. South St.), turn right onto Perry St., turn left at Washington Ave., at Lee/Court St. take sharp left, bus station is up the hill on the right.

 

 

Photos/Videos

Artist Deborah Shedrick

Artist Vinnie Bagwell

Artist Jean Grosser


 

 

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