The Legacy Museum

Past was wonderful as well as cruel, there was a time when slavery and racism were considered normal. Can you believe there exists a museum in Alabama that is a stupendous testimonial to display the history of African Americans in the USA? Rarely, you will see a work of art that leaves a strong message that sends chills down your spine. The Legacy Museum unfolds and reveals the stories and politics around centuries of terror and racial oppression in the USA.


Emotions will overwhelm you here as the message comes out clear and direct with intellect rigor. With various exhibits and videos, it gives you a chance to reflect on 2 important aspects of living together: The past and its impact on society today. The Legacy museum was built on April 26, 2018. It is located at 115 Coosa St, Montgomery, AL.



  1. Exhibits – These diverse exhibits are built in a manner that you will feel the pain and life of the slaves in those times. The Legacy museum features the artwork of great artists by Glenn Ligon, Jacob Lawrence, Hank Willis Thomas, Titus Kaphar, Elizabeth Catlett, and Sanford Biggers.


  1. The Experience –Your heart will drench when you realize how is it to be imprisoned and wait for your auction block. The moment you enter the museum, you will be confronted with the replica of slave pens. You will experience the pain of the black people back then with both your sight and sounds. You will be engaged in understanding the past legacy of American racial injustice. Do you need more? Ask them to share with you the link between the past and the current social issues of mass incarceration of African-Americans and police violence.


  1. Videos– Well the narrative of the legacy museum is designed as such that it gives you the experience on the path from slavery to racial oppression in other forms. The museum uses interactive media, sculpture, videography, and exhibits to make you dwell deeper into your conscious using the sights and sounds of the domestic slave trade, the Jim Crow South, and the world’s largest prison system.


Facts –

  1. The Legacy Museum’s location is significant. It is located on the site of a former warehouse. The warehouse was not of storage of goods, but where black people were enslaved.


Activities: One of the best things for visitors at this museum is photography. Enjoy witnessing the museum, in which various exhibits tell the story of racism and the life of slaves.


Plan your visit: The Legacy Museum is open Monday to Thursday from 9 am to 5 pm. On Monday &Tuesday, it remains closed. Visitors are allowed to enter on the basis of timely entry tickets. General admission is free to this museum and exhibit. Reserve online tickets because at the office there are fewer of tickets available to the guests on a first come first serve basis.


What to Expect: The Legacy Museum displays the exhibits denoting the history of slavery and racism in America. With the goal of taking guests to the right path from slavery to racial oppression; the museum exhibits various things from the historic connection. Visitors are engaged in understanding the legacy of America’s racial injustice after entering this museum.

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