Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site

Brown v. Board of Education National Historical Park    

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Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site was established in Topeka, Kansas, on October 26, 1992, by the United States Congress to commemorate the landmark decision of the U.S.

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Dec 11, 2023
Well worth the time in Topeka. The facility is very well set up and highly educational. Strongly recommend a visit by anyone in the area Full review by Jess_the_TravelBug
Oct 21, 2023
The Brown v. Board of Education NHS was very interesting and well done—it’s very cool that it’s actually in the old school building. There were so many good videos—maybe just a few too many—on the hi… Full review by CarrieD1979
Sep 28, 2023
I learned a lot and enjoyed the experience! Very pedagogic layout of the exhibition. Don’t miss this if you are in the area. Full review by vagabond01

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Opened:2004

Questions & answers

Q:
Is this museum open on Sunday?
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I don’t know, because we went during the week, but I think it is open every day, except major holidays.
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What hours are this museum open?
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The museum is open from 9 to 5.
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The visit is worth the time invested in the visit!
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The more time you spend the more you learn and appreciate the history!
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When was Monroe School last used as a school?
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The school closed in 1975 due to declining enrollment.
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