National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center

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Enjoy regularly changing exhibits and special programs sharing African American history, art and culture at this museum in Wilberforce, Ohio. The museum has one of the nation’s largest collections of Afro-American materials, including over over 9,000 artifacts and artwork, 350 manuscript collections, and thousands of photographs. Items include a dress uniform owned by General Benjamin O. Davis, Sr., Alex Haley’s typewriter and his final draft of Roots, the NAACP Spingarn Medal awarded to Carter G. Woodson, a buffalo hide coat worn by a Buffalo Soldier, and Gregory Hines’ tap shoes.


1350 Brush Row Rd
Wilberforce, OH 45384
800-752-2603 (phone)

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