1. Sixteenth-Street Baptist Church, Birmingham
-Sixteenth Street Baptist Church exists to introduce people to Jesus Christ and to encourage the cultivation of a personal relationship with Him.
Address: 1530 6th Avenue North Birmingham, AL 35203-1806
Phone Number: 202-251-9402
2. Tuxedo Junction, Birmingham
-The heart of social life for the black populations of Birmingham and the surrounding areas.
Address: 44 Broadway Avenue Sylacauga, AL 35150
Phone Number: 256-245-1735
3. Fort Gaines, Dauphin Island
-Dauphin Island and Mobile Bay were mapped as early as 1519 by Alonzo Pineda.
Address: 109 Bienville Blvd. Dauphin Island, Alabama 36528
Phone Number: 251-861-3607
4. W.C. Handy Birthplace, Museum and Library, Florence
-W.C. Handy was born in a small log cabin in Florence on November 16, 1873.
Address: 620 West College Street Florence, AL 35630
Phone Number: 256-760-6434
5. Mount Nebo Baptist Church, Jackson
-The congregation of Mount Nebo Missionary Baptist Church held their first official worship service on April 12, 1924.
Address: 1245 Tunica Street Jackson, MS 39209
Phone Number: 601-969-3511
6. Civil Rights Memorial, Montgomery
-The Civil Rights Memorial honors the achievements and memory of those who died during the Civil Rights Movement.
Address: 400 Washington Ave. Montgomery, AL 36104
Phone Number: 334-956-8439
7. Dexter Avenue-King Memorial Baptist Church, Montgomery
-The Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church was founded in 1877 in a slace traders pen.
Address: 454 Dexter Avenue Montgomery, AL 36104-3743
Phone Number: 334-263-3970
8. Jesse Owens Monument, Oakville
-Three small markers were all that honored Jesse Owens in Oakville, Alabama, the Olympic champion’s birthplace.
Address: 7019 County Road 203 Danville, AL 35619
Phone Number: 256-974-3636
9. Edmund Pettis Bridge, Brown AME Chapel, Selma
-1st AME church in state (1866). Headquarters for Blacks during Voting Rights movement.
Address: 410 Martin Luther King St. Selma, AL 3670
Phone Number: 334-874-7897
10. Talladega College, Talladega
- Talladega College is located in an historic district of the city of Talladega, Alabama.
Address: 627 West Battle Street Talladega, AL 35160
Phone Number: 256-362-4280
11. Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site, Tuskegee
-The name Tuskegee is synonymous with rich history and culture.
Address: 1212 West Montgomery Road Tuskegee, AL 36083
Phone Number: 334-727-4597
12. Central High School, Little Rock
-Central High School was the site of forced school desegregation during the American Civil Rights Movement.
Address: 1500 Park Street Little Rock, AR 72202
Phone Number: 501-447-1400
13. Berea College, Berea
-Berea's distinctive commitments and educational programs have brought the College national recognition.
Address: 101 Chestnut Street Berea, KY 40403-1516
Phone Number: 859-985-3000
14. Kentucky Military History Museum, Frankfort
-KHS engages people in the exploration of the commonwealth’s diverse heritage
Address: 100 W. Broadway Frankfort, KY 40601
Phone Number: 502-564-1792
15. Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington
-In 1978 the Kentucky Horse Park, the world’s only park dedicated to man’s relationship with the horse, opened to the public.
Address: 4089 Iron Works Parkway Lexington, Kentucky 40511
Phone Number: 859-233-4503
16. The Kentucky Derby Museum, Louisville
-Opening to the public in April 1985, the Kentucky Derby Museum sits on land that Churchill Downs donated to the non-profit corporation.
Address: 704 Central Avenue Louisville, KY 40208
Phone Number: 502-637-1111
17. Mammoth Cave National Park, Mammoth Cave
-Since 1816, visitors have toured the subterranean labyrinths of Mammoth Cave.
Address: 1 Mammoth Cave Parkway Mammoth Cave, KY 42259
Phone Number: 270-758-2180
18. Southern University, Baton Rouge
-In April 1880, the Louisiana General Assembly chartered Southern University, originally located in New Orleans. Southern opened its doors on March 7, 1881 with twelve students.
Address: Baton Rouge, LA 70813
Phone Number: 225-771-4500
19. Melrose Plantation, Melrose
-Melrose is one of the unique plantations of the old South, its career measured, not by years, but by generations.
Address: 3533 Louisiana 119 Melrose, LA 71452
Phone Number: 318-379-0055
20. Amistad Research Center, New Orleans
-The Amistad Research Center's ties to the American Missionary Association (AMA) can be traced to the AMA's roots in the coalition of abolitionists who came to the defense of the Amistad Africans.
Address: 6823 Saint Charles Ave New Orleans, LA 70118-5665
Phone Number: 504-862-3222
21. Chalmette Battlefield, New Orleans
-Just downriver from New Orleans in Chalmette is the site of the January 8, 1815, Battle of New Orleans
Address: 8606 West Saint Bernard Highway Chalmette, Louisiana 70043
Phone Number: 504-281-0510
22. Louis Armstrong Park, New Orleans
-Louis Armstrong Park, located steps from the French Quarter, was created to honor New Orleans' favorite son, the great Louis Armstrong.
Address: 835 N. Rampart St. New Orleans, LA 70116
Phone Number: 504-286-2100
23. Alcorn State University, Alcorn
-For more than 138 years, Alcorn State has educated leaders in the full range of professions agriculture, the arts, business, human services, education, law, politics, medicine, and nursing.
Address: 1000 ASU Drive Alcorn State, MS 39096-7500
Phone Number: 601-877-6111
24. St. Augustine Seminary, Bay St. Louis
-All of us can appreciate this accomplishment for it was the first time in the history of the United States that a group of Black men was ordained to the Catholic priesthood.
Address: 199 Seminary Dr. Bay Saint Louis, MS 39520
Phone Number: 228-467-6414
25. Delta Blues Museum, Clarksdale
-Since its creation, the Delta Blues Museum has preserved, interpreted, and encouraged a deep interest in the story of the blues.
Address: #1 Blues Alley Clarksdale, MS 38614
Phone Number: 662-627-6820
26. Rust College, Holly Springs
-Rust College is a historically Black, coeducational, senior liberal arts college founded in 1866 by the Freedman’s Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Address: 150 Rust Avenue, Holly Springs, MS 38635
Phone Number: 662-252-8000
27. Jackson State University, Jackson
-Jackson State University has a distinguished history, rich in the tradition of educating young men and women for leadership, having undergone seven name changes as it grew and developed
Address: 1400 Lynch St. Jackson, MS 39217
Phone Number: 601-979-2121
28. Smith Robertson Museum, Jackson
-The museum is housed in the former Smith Robertson School, the first public school built for African Americans in Jackson.
Address: 528 Bloom St., Jackson, MS 39202
Phone Number: 601-960-1457
29. George Washington Carver National Monument, Diamond
-George Washington Carver's boyhood home is now a 210 acre park with a nature trail, museum, and interactive exhibit area.
Address: 5646 Carver Road Diamond, MO 64840
Phone Number: 417-325-4151
30. Lincoln University, Jefferson City
-On September 17, 1866, the school opened its doors to the first class in an old frame building in Jefferson City.
Address: 820 Chestnut Street, B7 Young Hall Jefferson City, MO 65101
Phone Number: 537-681-5599
31. The Black Archives of Mid America, Kansas City
-The Black Archives of Mid America, Inc. was founded May 8th, 1974 by Horace M. Peterson III
Address: 2033 Vine Kansas City, MO 64108
Phone Number: 816-701-3590
32. Mutual Musicians Association, Kansas City.
-Originally home to the Black Musicians Protective Union.
Address: 1823 Highland Avenue Kansas City, MO 64108-1618
Phone Number: 816-741-5212
33. Scott Joplin House, St. Louis
-The famous ragtime composer lived in this house for only two years, but they were probably the two most productive years of his career.
Address: 2658 Delmar Boulevard Saint Louis, MO 63103-1404
Phone Number: 314-340-5790
34. Vaughn Cultural Center, St. Louis
-The Vaughn Cultural Center (VCC) is a cultural venue in the St. Louis African American community devoted to the display of African American artistic, cultural and historical materials.
Address: 3701 Grandel Sq Saint Louis, MO 63108-3627
Phone Number: 314-615-3631
35. Scott Joplin Ragtime Festival, Sedalia
-Sedalia, Missouri was Scott Joplin’s home for only a few years, but it was a home with a special meaning for him. It is with good reason that Sedalia has become central to the Joplin story and the site of the annual Scott Joplin Festival.
Address: 321 S. Ohio Sedalia, MO 65301
Phone Number: 660-826-2271
36. Afro-American Museum, Chattanooga
-The Chattanooga African American Museum was founded in 1983 to provide sources of curricula, historical references, creative works, and the media about the identity of Africans and African Americans, particularly those of Chattanooga.
Address: 200 E ML King Blvd Chattanooga, TN
Phone Number: 423-266-8658
37. Alex Haley House, Henning
-Originally known as the Palmer House, this 10-room, turn-of-the-century, bungalow home was built in 1919 by Will E. Palmer, the maternal grandfather of Alex Haley.
Address: 200 South Church Street Henning, TN 38041
Phone Number: 731-738-2240
38. Fort Pillow State Park, Henning
-Fort Pillow State Historic Park has been designated as a Wildlife Observation Area by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency.
Address: 3122 Park Road Henning , TN 38041
Phone Number: 731-738-5581
39. Beck Cultural Exchange Center, Knoxville
-James Garfield Beck and Ethel Benson Beck were two of the most glamorous and influential members of Knoxville’s black community during the period of the 1920s-1960s.
Address: 1927 Dandridge Avenue Knoxville, TN 37915-1909
Phone Number: 865-524-8461
40. Meharry Medical School, Nashville
-Meharry Medical College was founded in 1876 as the Medical Department of Central Tennessee College of Nashville, under the auspices of the Freedman's Aid Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
Address: 1005 Doctor D B Todd Junior Boulevard Nashville, TN 37208