Martin Luther King, Jr. Assassination Balcony Open To The Public
Visitors can now stand where King was shot.
The National Civil Rights Museum in Memphis just added another feature.
Visitors can now stand on the Lorraine Hotel balcony where Martin Luther King, Jr. was shot and killed in 1968.
Up until now visitors could only look at the balcony from a distance. But museum officials plan on changing that on November 19.
The house where King's killer James Earl Ray shot from will also be opened for viewing.