Atlanta’s new National Center for Civil and Human Rights at 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd is a short walk from the Civic Center MARTA station on the red and gold rail lines. The museum features galleries on the history of civil and human rights, including a rotating Martin Luther King Jr. collection.
- Take any red or gold line train to the Civic Center MARTA station. All northbound and southbound trains stop at this station. If traveling from the blue or green rail line, travel to the Five Points MARTA station and transfer to the first northbound train.
- Once at the station, go to street level and walk south on West Peachtree Street toward the downtown skyscrapers
- Turn right on Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd at the stoplight. The center is about three blocks down on the left.
Things to Know
- Walking time is only 8 minutes from the train station
- Combine your trip with a visit to the nearby World of Coca-Cola, Georgia Aquarium or Centennial Olympic Park
- Live in West Midtown near Howell Mill Road or Marietta Street? Hop on bus 1 to reach the center via bus
- Train frequency is every 20 minutes on the weekend (use the MARTA on the Go app for real-time arrivals and schedules)