Civil Rights icon finds a new home

The bus in which civil rights activist Rosa Parks was riding when she refused to give up her seat to a white man is on display at the Henry Ford Museum.

According to the Associated Press, a Montgomery, Alabama, man bought the bus in the early 1970s, and left it to his daughter when he died in 1985. The museum purchased it from the family for $492,000.

There have been questions, however, about the authenticity of the bus. No bus number was written on the police records when Parks sparked the Montgomery bus boycott that famous day in 1955.