The Martin Luther King Jr. Historic Site, a part of the National Park Service, offers many historical elements to its visitors and is mostly self-guided.
Visitor Center - provides a brief orientation to the historic site, D.R.E.A.M. Gallery Exhibitions
Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church - Built[masked], Dr. King, Jr.'s childhood church and in 1960, co-pastor with his father.
The King Center for Nonviolent Social Change - final resting place of Dr. King, Jr. and exhibits on him, Coretta Scott King and Mahatma Gandhi.
Historic Fire Station No. 6 - Atlanta's oldest standing fire station and the first in the city to be integrated.
King Birth Home Tour - tickets are free on a first come, first serve basis on the day of visit, tours are 30 minutes, start at 10:00am and fill up quickly. DDPM members interested in the tour, please register at the Information Desk inside the Visitor Center. Photography is not allowed in the King Birth Home.
Admission and parking are free. The parking lot is on John Wesley Dobbs between Jackson and Boulevard. Follow the walkway to the Visitor Center.
For a map of the historic site:
While in the area, you may want to stop by Sweet Auburn Curb Market, 209 Edgewood Avenue. Its food court and farmer's market offers fun and tasty options.