We went at about 9pm and it was very crowded. We ended up waiting around for quite a while for people ahead of us to finish the holes. But we enjoyed the course.
Interesting and informative, a nice dedication to the first flight and the Wright brothers.
Stopped in here because Sweet Water Brewery is closed on Saturday evenings, it was a pleasant alternative with a selection of microbrews and some delicious hot wings. Tried the golden ale, a shandy and an ipa with a ridiculously long name. We liked the ipa, but were unimpressed by the other two. Staff friendly enough although a little indifferent, we were sitting at the bar which wasn't too busy.
We started at the king center, went to ebenezer baptist church, the crypts reflecting pool and memorial center, then to Martin Luther King Jr's birth home, all within walking distance of the free car park. All the sights were informative and moving, though all of them were closing around the time we arrived (5pm). It was great to see such a well thought out exhibit dedicated to one of the most important men in world history, with great insight into his life and work.