Award-winning exhibits trace the Freedom Riders' tumultous journey through the South, along with historic images of the protest and voices of those who supported and opposed the Freedom Rides.

The Share Your Story videos can be found here.

The Historic Greyhound Bus Station that hosts the museum is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and illustrates how buildings were designed for racial segregation.

The museum and restrooms are accessible to individuals with physical disabilities. If you have questions or if you anticipate needing special assistance, please contact us at 334-414-8647 or



It was a ride meant to awaken the heart of America to the injustice of its own laws and traditions  --- John Lewis, Freedom Rider


Museum: 11:00 am–4:00 pm Tuesday-Friday, and Noon-4:00 pm Saturday (last tour time available at 3:00 pm)

Exterior Exhibit: Always open

Closed for all Federal and State Holidays, except for Martin Luther King Day and Juneteenth.