The first public park in the United States devoted to Dr. King and the civil rights movement, the garden is bordered by the King Memorial Wall of 2,500 named bricks recognizing state and national supporters. The garden encircles a life-sized bronze statue of King and a 12-ton water monument honors the area's notable civil rights pioneers.


1300 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Raleigh

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