Booker T. Washington Dog Policy
Booker T. Washington National Monument is Dog Friendly
Booker T. Washington was born a slave here in 1856 on the farm of James Burroughs. Later, Booker T. Washington became a renowned educator, advisor, author, and orator. Booker T. Washington National Monument preserves the history of his birth and early childhood, and explores his later history. The park offers a visitor center with exhibits and tours, as well as reconstructed versions of historic buildings visitors can explore through a trail system.
Booker T. Washington National Monument is dog friendly. While dogs are not allowed inside buildings, dogs are allowed on trails and the grounds while on a leash, so you can walk around the various reconstructed buildings here.
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