Dr. Martin Luther King Exhibit

Dr. Martin Luther King Exhibit located in the main entrance corridor of Concourse E

The free standing display briefly tells the story of Dr. King’s life. Artifacts on loan from the King Center include a small radio he carried and listened to during freedom marches. There are photos of him as a child and with his family as an adult. The exhibit also has the robe he wore when presented with the Nobel Peace Prize and the suit Dr. King wore to a meeting with President Lyndon Johnson, his glasses, notes for a speech, and books he read. It serves as a glimpse in to the human dimension of an iconic visionary and Atlanta native.