Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site
Booker T. Washington founded this college for Black Americans in 1881. Preserved here are the brick buildings the students constructed themselves, Washington's home, and the George Washington Carver Museum, which serves as park headquarters and visitor center. The college is still an active institution that owns most of the property within the national historic site.
7212 West Montgomery Road
9am-4:30pm; Closed New Year's Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas
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