The museum promotes the legacy of Alex Haley and features his grandfather’s home on-site. Learn more.
The Tent City marker tells the story of Black Fayette County sharecroppers who were evicted from their lands for participating in a voter registration drive and attempting to exercise their political power. Learn more
One of Ripley’s earliest frame homes, it was built by Joseph Wardlaw’s enslaved laborers, Tom and Hiliary. Learn more
One of the few remaining schools for African American children built with funds from the Sears, Roebuck & Company magnate Julius Rosenwald. Learn more
The Battle of Moscow historical marker details the U.S. Colored Troops of the 2nd West Tennessee Infantry’s efforts to guard crucial railroads and supply lines during the Civil War. Learn more.