The historic campus of 50 acres contains 25 significant buildings. The majority of the structures are owned by Tuskegee University. Several of the structures that the university owns have been renovated, and these efforts often did not meet the standards for rehabilitation set forth by the NPS. Additionally, some structures have been demolished, i.e. a Diary Farm (demolished 2008) and Huntington Hall 1899, which burned down in the 1990s. The historic landscape of the campus has also changed with the addition of a brick and cast iron fence. The facilities owned by NPS, the Booker T. Washington Home (currently being rehabbed by NPS) and the George Washington Carver home, are in good condition.