5 Free Things To Do For Martin Luther King Jr Day

Dated: January 11 2017

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Monday, January 16 marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a holiday that celebrates the life and legacy of one of the civil rights movement’s most influential leaders.

Museums and attractions across Philadelphia offer everything from discounted museum admission to volunteer opportunities to honor the work of Dr. King with many schools and businesses closed on Monday to observe the holiday, there are plenty of things to do if you have a day off from school or work.

Check out our picks for free (or donation-based) Martin Luther King Jr. Day events in Philly, below.

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