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Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum

460 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (at Alice St. near the I-16 overpass)

231-8900

Open 9 - 5 Monday-Saturday

Admission

Adults: $4,   Senior Citizens: $3

Students: $2,  Adults in groups of 10 or more: $3

 

 

 

During the 1950's and 1960's the civil rights movement was led by NAACP branch President W.W. Law, the visionary behind the creation of the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum.  Mr. Law provided incredibly competent leadership for Savannah; google "W.W. Law Savannah" to learn more about Mr. Law who passed away in 2002.  Savannah can only be understood by taking the time to walk back into the era of segregation in Savannah, so we highly recommend the Gilbert Museum.