CULTURAL

George Washington Carver National Monument (1943)

Established in 1943, George Washington Carver National Monument is a 240-acre national park dedicated to preserving George Washington Carver’s birthplace and honoring the African American scientist, educator, and humanitarian. A variety of programming is held year-round on the park’s 3/4-mile walking trail and in its museum, theatre, and laboratories. Why not drop by today?

George Washington Carver National Monument at a glance:

Address:

5646 Carver Road
Diamond, MO  64840

Phone:

 417.325.4151

Hours:

 Mon–Sun | 9am–5pm

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