MLK Promenade

       

Martin Luther King, Jr. Promenade, originally called Marina Linear Park, is a twelve-acre park designed for residents and visitors of all ages to enjoy. The promenade was dedicated as Martin Luther King Jr., in 1992. Adjacent to the active Santa Fe Rail and San Diego Trolley corridor, the 0.6-mile-long linear park begins in the Gaslamp Quarter and extends past the San Diego Convention Center to the Marina District.

The northern path is lined with 30 plaques engraved with Dr. King’s words. The park is dotted with outdoor sculptures including Breaking of the Chains by Melvin Edwards installed in 1995.


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