History & Museums

National Civil Rights Museum

Discover the heart of the American Civil Rights Movement at the National Civil Rights Museum, situated in the historic Lorraine Motel. This museum offers a profound journey through the pivotal moments that shaped the nation’s ongoing fight for equality. With its interactive exhibits and significant artifacts, visitors are invited to engage with the stories of courage and determination that fueled the movement. From the early struggles to the achievements that have marked the path toward justice, the museum encapsulates the spirit of resilience and resistance that defines the civil rights era. A visit here is not just an educational experience but an emotional journey that connects deeply with the quest for human rights. Conveniently located just a short distance from Hotel Napoleon, the National Civil Rights Museum stands as a must-visit landmark for those looking to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of Memphis’s history and culture.

Destination Information

450 Mulberry St

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Hotel Parking

Offsite parking is available next door at Prospero Place Garage, located at 193 Madison Avenue, Memphis, TN 38103. This facility is independent of the hotel. The rate is $17 per night plus a transaction fee for unlimited in and out privileges.

Entry Instructions:

Note for International Guests: If you cannot dial a U.S. number, press the help button and provide your email address to receive the payment link. Payment setup is required to exit the garage.