Booker T. Washington National Monument commemorates the life of this famous educator, writer, orator and presidential advisor. Exhibits, films, farm, tours and special events tell of his remarkable rise from enslavement to being one of the most influential, but controversial, African Americans of his time.
General Admission Rates: FREE Admission
Group Tour Services: Curriculum-based education programs for K-12 Guided tours for tour groups with reservations. Can work with groups on special program requests.
Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Years Day.
Learn how enslaved residents of the plantation where Booker T. Washington was born spent Christmas of 1864, the last spent in slavery. This special… View Details
2015 JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION! Booker T. Washington National Monument Juneteenth 2015 Celebration of Freedom - Civil War 150th Signature… View Details
Booker T. Washington National Monument will offer a dynamic educational and fun family event for visitors of all ages that portrays life on a… View Details