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Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site

National park dedicated to educating the public of the importance and accomplishments of Tuskegee Institute. Special emphasis on home of Booker T. Washington (The Oaks)

Tuskegee, AL Historic Sites


The Oaks

Family home of Booker T. Washington, founder and 1st president of Tuskegee University. Built in 1899

Tuskegee, AL Famous Homes



Tuskegee National Forest

- Taska. U.S. Hwy. 80, 5.5 mi./8.85 km east of Tuskegee. Replica of Booker T. Washington's childhood cabin on site. Picnic area with BBQ grills. - Bartram National Recreation Trail. 8-mi./13-km hiking and bicycling trail. - Bold Destiny/Bedford V. Cash Memorial Trail. 14-mi./22.5

Tuskegee, AL National Forests

White Oak Plantation

Full-service hunting and shooting resort. Large parties, bed &

Tuskegee, AL Plantations

Tuskegee Human and Civil Rights Multicultural Cent

Photography and videos on infamous Tuskegee Syphilis Study. Historic walking and driving tours feature 40

Tuskegee, AL Multicultural Centers

Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site

The Tuskegee Airmen fought war on two fronts:

Tuskegee, AL Historic Sites


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