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National Museum of the Tuskegee Airmen

6325 W. Jefferson Avenue
Detroit, Michigan

This museum is housed within Fort Wayne, an 18th century military fortress. Bring your family to this Detroit site to honor the African-American Air Force troops that served in World War II. Retired Tuskegee Airmen are often on-site to lecture and speak with attendees about their experiences during battle. View photographs and old uniforms, and help your children understand the major contributions of these brave men.

Next: Apollo Theater

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