• Collage of images, including Maggie Walker, her home, and the St. Luke Penny Savings Bank

    Maggie L Walker

    National Historic Site Virginia

Field Trips

Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site offers free, fun-filled curriculum-based educational programs throughout the year! Explore Maggie L. Walker NHS which includes a visitor center, exhibit building and Mrs. Walker's home. Participate in a variety of hands-on educational activities that are tailored to meet the Standards of Learning and will excite students to uncover the remarkable story of a 20th-century role model.

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**To ensure that the field trips meet the needs of your school, we will only be taking reservations for field trips by phone. Please call 804-771-2017 x24 to reserve your tour.

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Did You Know?

Booker T. Washington

While Mrs. Walker is known as the first African American woman to found and be president of a bank, much of her work was in the early 20th Century Civil Rights Movement with her friends Booker T. Washington, Mary Church Terrell, and Mary McLeod Bethune.