F.D. Reese Historic Home
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F.D. Reese Historic Home

Visit the home of the leader of the Selma Movement, Rev. Dr. Frederick D. Reese, the man who signed the official invitation to invite Dr Martin Luther King Jr to Selma Alabama. Gain a unique sense of the movement as you view these classic walls where Dr. Reese's plaques, awards and a percentage of original artifacts from the civil rights movement hang for display. The humble giant who organized the worlds first teachers march resided in this colonial style lovely home with his wife Allin C Reese and their 5 children for over 50 years. Bring your imagination as this home gives you a sense of where a percentage of the civil rights movement was orchestrated. You don't wanna miss this historical site

1566 Marie Foster Street Selma, AL 36703
(404) 759-8008
Tours by appointment
This experience may be open for on-site visitation; however, offerings and/or operating procedures may have changed due to COVID-19. Please verify details before you go and visit the COVID-19 Resources page for more information.
Discounts offered to Senior
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Admission Charged
30 to 50 dollars
Tours by appointment
(404) 759-8008

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  • 1566 Marie Foster Street
  • Selma, AL 36703
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