This April 29, 2018 photo shows the house in Atlanta where Martin Luther King, Jr. was born and lived until the age of 12. Nearby attractions include a National Park Service visitor center with exhibits about his life and the civil right movement, along with the King Center and the tomb where King and his wife Coretta Scott King are interred across from an eternal flame.
This April 29, 2018 photo shows the house in Atlanta where Martin Luther King, Jr. was born and lived until the age of 12. Nearby attractions include a National Park Service visitor center with exhibits about his life and the civil right movement, along with the King Center and the tomb where King and his wife Coretta Scott King are interred across from an eternal flame. Beth J. Harpaz AP Photo
This April 29, 2018 photo shows the house in Atlanta where Martin Luther King, Jr. was born and lived until the age of 12. Nearby attractions include a National Park Service visitor center with exhibits about his life and the civil right movement, along with the King Center and the tomb where King and his wife Coretta Scott King are interred across from an eternal flame. Beth J. Harpaz AP Photo

Heading to Montgomery? Make time for Atlanta's King sites

May 16, 2018 09:03 AM