In the heart of a city built on slavery,
a beacon of interracial harmony and social transformation


The Louis G. Gregory Baha'i Museum is a memorial to the life and work of its namesake, one of the founding teachers and administrators of the Baha'i Faith in the United States and a pioneer of interracial reconciliation.

The Museum aims to assist the people of Charleston and of South Carolina to remove the barriers that divide them and build a society that is just, unified, and both spiritually and materially prosperous.


the man

Find out about the life and work of Louis G. Gregory, a pioneer for interracial harmony and social justice in America.

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The museum

Learn how the Louis G. Gregory Baha'i Museum went from an abandoned house to a unique historical experience.

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