The International Civil Rights Center & Museum in North Carolina is a social justice educational organization. Their mission is to promote the understanding and advancement of civil and human rights around the world.
One of the exhibits commemorates the February 1, 1960 sit-ins at the F.W. Woolworth’s whites-only lunch counter. It is now home to the Center and Museum.
A Seated Tour & Walkthrough on-site option includes a staff-guided experience and a walkthrough of the galleries, and all guests must wear a face mask. Visit here to make a reservation.