One of the largest collections in the Midwest of African-American memorabilia, artifacts and research material on local leaders, oral histories and business records .
An educational resource, providing access to its collections for research, exhibition and publication to honor our community heritage and to catalyze public awareness.
Admission: $2; younger than 12, $1.
This 240-acre national park is the birthplace and childhood home of George Washington Carver, a black agronomist, educator, and humanitarian. On-site are the 1881 Historic Moses Carver house; Carver Cemetery; and a three-fourths mile nature trail. Guided tours are offered daily. Contact the park for information.
The museum recreates the look, sounds and feel of the game's storied past. The Negro Leagues were established in 1920. Video presentations and memorabilia in the 10,000 square-foot multimedia exhibit chronicle the history and heroes of the Negro Leagues, from the origin to the 1960s.
Located in the historic 18th and Vine Jazz District, the American Jazz Museum showcases the sights and sounds of a uniquely American art form.