• Moton Field Historic Hangar #1 - PT-17 Stearman in foreground

    Tuskegee Airmen

    National Historic Site Alabama

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  • Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site Sunday Closure Notice

    Due to budget reductions as a result of the federal sequester, the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site will be closed Sundays beginning March 10, 2013.



American's love their pets. They are a part of the family. With this in mind the Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site does allow pets on site. However, there are a few rules to follow.

Pets are welcome but must be maintained on a leash.

Pets are allowed throughout the Historic Core and Overlook areas but not allowed inside buildings, unless they are seeing-eye dogs or service animals.

You are expected to clean up after your pet. Remember to bring the "pooper scooper."

Do not allow your pet to chase or annoy any of the natural wildlife that it may enounter while visiting the site. Keep in mind that the natural wildlife is indeed wild and an encounter can lead to serious injury of your pet.

You are responsible for any potential harm your pet may cause to others on site, whether park employee or visitor.

Did You Know?

Lee Rayford in T6 Trainer

The Tuskegee Airmen consists of nearly 1000 pilots and upwards of 15,000 support personnel, including “wash outs” that were part of the “military experiment” to see if blacks could fly and fight.