I knew a lot about George Washington Carver, BUT LEARNED SO MUCH MORE ABOUT HIM at this wonderful Museum.
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Though a bit confusing to find using my WAZE Navigation App, once I did arrive on campus, a nice gentleman gave me directions to the museum. What an awesome exhibit! So many things invented by this master of the peanut!
George Washington Carver...I'm so glad our hosts recommended this place. Turned out to be a highlight of our trip. We knew very little about him before we went and left having learned of a giant among men. What an inspiring story. Don't miss the film...More
Terrific overview of the many contributions made by a remarkable man. Not only the hundreds of peanut products that he is most famous for, but also sweet potato products and many other practical materials and inventions for the improvement of people's lives and which he...More
We visited the museum and I learned so much more about Mr. Carver. The man was a genius. The studies that he made with other plants and their usage is amazing. People only think of the peanut when comes to Mr. Carver. He did so...More
The Carver museum is great--the campus is beautiful and the Carver and Washington graves are beautifully kept. It is a little tough to find/get to, so be sure to look for signs when you get onto the campus.
The George Washington Carver Museum is located on the campus of Tuskegee University and tells the story of perhaps their most famous teacher. It along with the Oaks (the former residence of Booker T Washington) make up the Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site. The Carver...More
We were the only ones in the museum as the university was on break. We enjoyed the displays and movies and the two young Park Service employees/interns were extremely pleasant, helpful and had a lot of very interesting information to share. It was a highlight...More
We were planning to visit the museum and traveled a long distance to get to it. We didn't see any signs directing us to the museum so we had to stop and ask a student where the museum was. She directed us past a hotel....More