Booker T. Washington National Monument reviews
The park is open (no fee) but the visitor center was closed due to COVID (bathrooms are still open). We easily walked the 1.5 mile hiking trail through the woods (it gets steep for a few minutes... more »
Very sad the way the colored people were treated. This part of history should never be forgotten. Place was sad but informative ,the way of life on a plantation.x more »
Good spot to learn history and the life of one of the most influential figures of the early civil rights movement. Grounds are nice for walking, and the animals are fun to see.
Good place to visit to see what life was like when tobacco was the main crop grown. Open 7 days a week, 9 AM to 5 PM, free. Worth the visit just to how life was before electricity, the internet, and cellphones.
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