Fees & Reservations
There is no admission fee for Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site
Reservations are only required for groups of 15 or more. Reservations must be made at least two weeks in advance of your planned visit. We encourage groups to call as early as possible to schedule, especially if a tour of Booker T. Washington's house is requested. Our busiest months are February - May. To schedule a tour of the George W. Carver Museum or "The Oaks" (Booker T. Washington Home), call Vester Marable at 334-727-3200.
Did You Know?
Robert R. Moton, second President of Tuskegee Institute, was known as the Builder of Tuskegee because during his tenure he added several new buildings to Tuskegee's campus as well as built the education program from 11th grade to a 4-year degree-granting college.