• We Won't Be Stopped!

    Selma To Montgomery

    National Historic Trail Alabama

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  • Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail

    Due to the sequestration plan, Lowndes Interpretive Center, will be closed on Sunday's effective March 10, 2013, until further notice. For more information, please call (334) 877-1983 or visit www.nps.gov/semo

  • Lowndes Interpretive Center and Selma Interpretive Center Closures

    Beginning Monday, May 5, 2014, the Lowndes Interpretive Center and Selma Interpretive Center will be open Tuesday - Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Both Interpretive Centers will be closed Sunday's and Monday's, until further notice.

Accessibility

It is our goal to make all of The Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail facilities and programs accessible to all visitors. Interpretive programs are offered throughout the year, and our Park Rangers make every effort to accommodate all visitors at these presentations. The information below will assist visitors with impairments to understand what is available.

 
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For Those with Mobility Impairment

The Lowndes and Selma Interpretive Centers are accessible to wheelchair users:

Accessible bathrooms are located at the Lowndes and Selma Interpretive Centers.

Wheelchairs are available at the Lowndes Interpretive Center on a first come first serve basis and are free of charge. We require all borrowed wheelchairs be returned to the information desk 30 minutes prior to closing.

 
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For Those with Hearing Impairment

The Lowndes and Selma Interpretive Centers film, "Never Lose Sight of Freedom" contains open captioning.

 
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For Those with Sight Impairment

Restrooms in the Lowndes and Selma Interpretive Centers are labeled with tactile images and Braille.

Did You Know?

President Johnson Signs the Voting Rights Act Of 1965

Five months after the Selma to Montgomery march, on August 6, 1965, President Johnson signed the Voting Rights Act, “generally considered the most successful piece of civil rights legislation ever adopted by the United States Congress.”