National Historic Site

Tuskegee Airmen Dog Policy

Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site is Somewhat Dog Friendly

Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site is the location of the historic testing conducted by the U.S. Army Air Corps to determine if African Americans could fly military aircraft. The airmen weren't just pilots, and there were also women. There are several museums, as well as outdoor exhibits and scenery.

The site is somewhat dog friendly -- dogs aren't allowed indoors at the museums, which are the main attraction, but they are allowed outside at the Historic Core and Overlook areas.


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