Founded in 2003, Stax totes itself as "the world's only museum dedicated to the legacy of American soul music."Photo credit: Ronnie Booze
Founded in 1990, the museum is a time capsule of amazing athletes and men.Photo credit: Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, Inc.
Named after the father of Black History Month, the museum is an intricate part of the St. Petersburg. African American community.
Founded in 1997, AAFM remains the nation's only free standing institution representing Black firefighters.Photo credit: African American Firefighter Museum
The multicultural center serves the Louisville community in honor of the sports great, Muhammad Ali and was established in 2006.
The museum, built in 2009, highlights way more than soul food. It's name is a symbol of African American history from enslavement to today.
Built in celebration of the nation's bicentennial, in 1976, the AAMP strives to educate visitors about the African American experience.
The 1994 Freedom Center specializes in exhibits highlighting heroes of both the African American struggle and human rights as a whole.
Founded in 1978 The Apex Museum, is the brainchild of famed Philly filmmaker Dan Moore Sr. and former Morehouse president, Dr. Benjamin E. Mays.