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A visit to the Center is not just an experience, but a journey into the heart of a champion. The Center’s three levels of award-winning exhibits and galleries invite visitors to explore Muhammad Ali’s legendary life, as well as to reflect upon one’s own individual values, inner strength, character, and what makes you the greatest person you can be.Exhibits
Located on the top level of the Muhammad Ali Center, View Pointe Hall is a private, stunning space that creates a superb environment for any…
The LeRoy Neiman Gallery is located on the second level, just down the hall from the Main Lobby and adjacent to the Auditorium. The unique…
Located on the Center’s second level, the Auditorium is situated adjacent to the LeRoy Neiman Gallery. The room’s multi-purpose design allows for stadium-style theatre seating, which…
16 Dec, 19Upcoming
Dolores Huerta is a civil rights activist and community organizer. She has worked for labor rights and social justice for over 50 years. In 1962,…17 Dec, 19Upcoming
The Muhammad Ali Center is already gearing up for our 7th annual Shining a Light Photography Contest and Exhibition. On June 4, 1919, Congress passed the…17 Dec, 19Upcoming
Now open through December 29th Corita Kent, formerly Sister Mary Corita, was an artist and teacher with an innovative approach to design, education, and messaging.…
In the news
- 02 Dec
Muhammad Ali Center and Metro United Way to Partner on “Greatest Give Back,” Day of Service in Honor of Ali’s 78th BirthdayRead more
Volunteers for The Greatest Give Back can register at https://metrounitedway.org/the-greatest-give-back/ WHAT: Each year, in honor of Muhammad Ali’s birthday on January 17th, the Ali Center’s staff,
- 25 Nov
Muhammad Ali Center Welcomes Civil Rights Activist Dolores Huerta as December Speaker at Daughters of Greatness Breakfast SeriesRead more
The Muhammad Ali Center is proud to announce that Dolores Huerta will present at the Center’s Daughters of Greatness program on Friday, December 13th at
- 30 Oct
The Muhammad Ali Center Combines Conversation and Art to Highlight Topics of Social Justice in Conjunction with New Temporary Exhibit, Corita Kent: Heroes and SheroesRead more
NETWORK, a Global Movement for Justice and Peace, to Present Workshop on Racial Wealth and Income Gap on Monday, November 4th Corita Kent: Heroes
- 08 Oct
Muhammad Ali Center’s “Stories of Ali: Deer Lake Training Camp in Pennsylvania” Free Public Forum to Highlight Muhammad Ali’s Training Camp Then and NowRead more
Interviewees include Mike Madden, son of legendary football coach John Madden; and Deer Lake photographers Jeff Julian and Sonia Katchian The Muhammad Ali Center’s next
What our visitors are saying about their experience
Joe Maldonado, Milwaukee, WI
This museum was amazing. Your life’s deeds have reminded me to be a servant to all mankind and humble myself in the face of a Higher Power. Thank you for this monument.
Mary Beth and Walter, Louisville, KY
World class! And very educational. Can’t wait to visit again.
Calvin Thomas, Jr., Hephzibah, GA
This is a wonderful place celebrating a wonderful man. I shall bring my grandchildren.
Sam & Lisa Seede, London, Ontario, Canada
My hero! Drove here only for this.
Don Palmer, Topeka, KS
More emotional for me than the Vietnam Wall. He has been my hero for over 40 years. Bless him!
G. Farrow, England
This was an incredible, emotional journey for this guy from England. You ARE the greatest- today proved it.
Tracie Thomas, Cincinnati, OH
The Center is amazing, educational, uplifting, and motivating. God Bless.
The Mohamad Ali’s, Tanzania
The museum was amazing. The technology was really astounding and it was worth it to come from Tanzania… just for you! We, too, are Mohamad Ali’s.