Dedicated to the memory of Civil Rights activists, Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore, the park's mission is to create awareness of their unique contributions to the early civil rights movement. The Moore's were parents, educators, and leading local and national civil rights activists.
After organizing the first Brevard County Branch of the NAACP, they remained instrumental in the NAACP and the fight for equality and justice until their untimely deaths on Christmas night in 1951- The park is dedicated to the celebration of their lives and to promoting awareness of their unique contributions to the early civil rights movement.
On the park grounds you will find a cultural center/museum, historic exhibits, a library, walking trail, and an exact duplicate of the home the Moores lived in up to their untimely deaths.
Cultural Center (available for meetings)
Events & Programs
Facility Reservations: (321) 264-6595
Conference Center (100 seat)
Watchable Wildlife: Migratory Songbirds, Gopher Tortoise
ADA Access: Parking, Cultural Center