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George Washington Carver National Monument, Diamond

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  • Many things to read and interact with at this national monument of this wonderful role model! The activities that George did to improve others is incredible. What he overcame is also incredible... You...  more »
  • We did not know of this national monument, but saw a sign on the highway and decided to go there. Knew some of GWCarver beforehand. This place is great! The exhibits are very educational and informati...  more »
  • A lot of historical information on a one of a kind man. Hiking trails and over all a nice place. My boys really enjoy the Junior Ranger program.  more »
  • We came for Carver Day and enjoyed the exhibits of wild flowers, arrowheads, crafts, lifestyle & history. As always, we loved the peaceful walk on the trail and the reminder of a simpler time and the potential of a life well spent. The live singing was a great addition to the festivities.
  • This monument is a great stop for travelers. They have done an excellent job of preserving history. There are many hands on stations for the kiddos and the well-maintained walking trail offers many great views and stations that tell even more about the life of a great scientist!
  • Lots of informational things in the building. Hands on learning as well as just little articles about George Washington Carver. This would be great for class field trips
  • Very cool Park, the Ranger that guides you is very good and knowledgeable. If you have kids they will love the interaction and trails. Nice place to visit in the late spring.
  • Good location if you like American History. Love to visit any and all National Parks.