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Located in the Zion Hill neighborhood, church was focal point for a multi-year grass-roots project that united and empowered African-Americans to fight for the right to vote.
Former rehearsal and recording studio for the group The Commodores featuring Lionel Richie as the lead singer. Songs such as Three Times a Lady, Still, Sail On, and Brickhouse were nurtured and brought to life at the studio.
1903 two-room school, built by students under direction of Dr. Booker T. Washington, houses exposition of local African-Americans education and achievements from the slave ships to the space ships.
City-owned recreational site with picnic areas, playgrounds, and 92 acres of water providing fishing, sailing, and water skiing.
The Legacy Museum presents the history of science and health care at Tuskegee and University's visual art collections-through the lens of bioethics.
Historic courthouse with actual gargoyles. Added to the National Register of historic places in 1978.
Home to 126 historic structures, Main St. is the southern gateway into historic Tuskegee.
The Oaks was the family home of Booker T. Washington, founder and first president of Tuskegee University. The house was built in 1899 by students and faculty using bricks made by students, and it contains original and period furniture.
Tuskegee Airmen fought Axis powers overseas and racism at home. Exhibits, audio-visual programs, historic buildings and self-guided walks.
Monument erected in 1906 by the United Daughters of the Confederacy in memory of Confederate soldiers from Macon County. Scene of 1960s civil rights activities.
A museum of Tuskegee, Alabama's remarkable history, along with the multicultural history of Macon County's three distinct cultures and peoples. One historic place - Tuskegee/Macon County, three historic cultures - Native American, European American and African American.
A national park dedicated to educating the public of the importance and accomplishments of the Tuskegee Institute. There is a special emphasis on the home of Booker T. Washington (The Oaks) and the George Washington Carver Museum.
This park provides guests with the trailhead for Pleasant Hill Trail, a picnic area with grills, informational kiosk, picnic tables and restrooms.
Original plays that reflect African-American cultural heritage, especially cultural legacy of historic Tuskegee.
Follow in the footsteps of leadership and learn about the legacy of Booker T. Washington, George Washington Carver, the Tuskegee Airmen and others.
Founded in 1923. One of the largest VA centers in the country. Only place African-American veterans could be treated after World War I.