Carver Museum is near the entrance to Tuskegee University (1200 W. Montgomery Rd.), part of Tuskegee Institute National Historic Site. It follows George Washington Carver's careers as an artist, teacher and scientist. His preserved laboratory depicts experiments that resulted in more than 300 extractions from peanuts and more than 100 by-products from sweet potatoes. Among his inventions were a paint formulated from Alabama clay and a synthetic marble made from wood pulp.
The museum also has exhibits about the history of Tuskegee Institute.