We read through the outdoor exhibits before going in. We were greeted warmly by Destiny and Ellen. Destiny's presentation of what happened was wonderful and riveting. As she talked, I could almost see what was happening in this place more than 50 years ago. After that, Ellen introduced us to the building and the art exhibits. It is a shame more of the Grayhound station was not preserved, but I'm glad this much was preserved to remind us of the sacrifices made by the Freedom Riders. Highly recommend this to anyone visiting Montgomery.
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