ATLANTA -- This two-minute video provides a rare look inside Dr. King's birth home at 501 Auburn Avenue NE, and a few facts that many might not know about his un-famous childhood there.
Dr. King's birth home is open to tourists but not usually to cameras.
The National Park Service welcomed ours on King Day, January 16, 2012.
Those who visit the home learn about some of King's childhood experiences that helped transform him into a world-changing leader.
Walking us through the home: the Superintendent of the Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site, Judy Forte.