Underground Railroad & Heritage
Easton, MD is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

1. Easton, MD

Maryland
Town · 21 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Frederick Douglass lived his early years near Easton. Signage shows where he was believed to have been born. Enjoy exhibitions, dining, and a museum tour.

Museum Of Rural Life is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

2. Museum Of Rural Life

Denton, MD
History Museum · 1 tip

MarylandMaryland: The Courthouse Square in Denton was the site of a slave market and a jail for Underground Railroad conductors. This museum has a relevant exhibit.

Sailwinds Park • Dorchester County Tourism Office is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

3. Sailwinds Park • Dorchester County Tourism Office

7 Rosehill Place (Radiance Dr), Cambridge, MD
Monument / Landmark · 3 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Start here to pick up "Finding A Way to Freedom" driving tour guide for the Underground Railroad.

4. Dorchester County Circuit Court

206 High St, Cambridge, MD
Courthouse · 1 tip

MarylandMaryland: Exhibit describes the maritime escape of Harriet Tubman's niece, Kessiah Bowley, from the slave auction block.

Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

5. Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge

8.8
Wildlife Dr, Cambridge, MD
Nature Preserve · 6 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: East of this refuge, a marker shows the site where Harriet Tubman spent her childhood years. Visit the village store where Tubman is said to have first helped a slave avoid capture.

Harriet Tubman Museum is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

6. Harriet Tubman Museum

7.5
420 Race St, Cambridge, MD
History Museum · 6 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Celebrates the life of the Underground Railroad's most famous "conductor."

Kunta Kinta Alex Haley Memorial is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

7. Kunta Kinta Alex Haley Memorial

6.6
100 Main St, Annapolis, MD
Monument / Landmark · 4 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Honors the author of Roots, who won the Pulitzer Prize. Haley's ancestor arrived here on a slave ship in 1767.

Banneker-Douglas Museum is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

8. Banneker-Douglas Museum

7.1
84 Franklin St, Annapolis, MD
Museum · 4 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Has an Underground Railroad exhibit.

Annapolis City Dock is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

9. Annapolis City Dock

9.4
Dock Street, Annapolis, MD
Harbor / Marina · 21 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: The Kunta Kinte Heritage Festival is held each September.

Reginald F Lewis Museum is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

10. Reginald F Lewis Museum

9.0
830 E Pratt St (at S President St), Baltimore, MD
History Museum · Southeastern Baltimore · 13 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Learn about Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, and others.

The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

11. The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum

7.2
1601-03 E North Ave, Baltimore, MD
History Museum · Oliver · 10 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Has figures from the Underground Railroad.

Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

12. Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park

7.8
1417 Thames St, Baltimore, MD
Monument / Landmark · Fells Point · 3 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Tribute to a prominent figure in the Underground Railroad.

Fells Point is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

13. Fells Point

Baltimore, MD
Neighborhood · 23 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: From February to December, a Frederick Douglass walking tour "Path to Freedom" shows where Douglass lived for 12 years and Underground Railroad agents secretly resided.

Hampton National Historic Site is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

14. Hampton National Historic Site

8.0
535 Hampton Ln, Towson, MD
History Museum · 6 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: The Maryland Governor who lived here kept as many as 338 slaves.

Underground Railroad is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

15. Underground Railroad

College Park, MD
Trail · 3 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Join a docent-led tour that celebrates Quaker heritage and anti-slavery traditions!

The Kennedy Farmhouse is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

16. The Kennedy Farmhouse

2406 Chestnut Grove Rd, Sharpsburg, MD
Historic Site · 2 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: The staging area for John Brown's ill-fated, pre-Civil War raid on a federal arsenal in Harper's Ferry. Brown was viewed as a martyr for the cause of freedom.

Cunningham Falls State Park is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

17. Cunningham Falls State Park

9.1
14039 Catoctin Hollow Rd, Thurmont, MD
Park · 10 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Holds the Catoctin Furnace, where free and enslaved African Americans labored to produce iron for Revolutionary and Civil War arms.

Sotterley Plantation is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

18. Sotterley Plantation

6.8
Sotterley Ln, Hollywood, MD
Museum · 3 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Has a rare 1830s slave cabin and more than 20 other outbuildings.

Long Wharf Park is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

19. Long Wharf Park

Water St (at High St), Cambridge, MD
Harbor / Marina · 3 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Slaves were sold along this waterfront. Self-liberators knew that by following the river, they would come within a day’s travel to Underground Railroad stations in Delaware.

Christ rock. is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

20. Christ rock.

rt 16, Cambridge, MD
Uncategorized · 2 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Also called the Stanley Institute, Christ Rock is an early example of a post-Civil War African-American school built and run independently by the local black community.

Church Creek is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

21. Church Creek

Maryland
City · 1 tip

MarylandMaryland: Visiting African-American seamen, known as Black Jacks, were part of a large, but secret, communication network that spanned not only these local coastal towns, but across the globe.

22. Madison Bay

Church Creek, MD
Uncategorized · 1 tip

MarylandMaryland: A large community of free and enslaved black families lived and worked between Harrisville and Whitemarsh Roads, creating an important social world for Harriet Tubman and her family.

23. Bucktown Village Store

4303 Bucktown Rd, Cambridge, MD
Historic Site · 2 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: At this crossroads, sometime around 1835, Harriet Tubman was almost killed by a blow to her head that she received while attempting to assist a fellow enslaved man flee from an angry overseer.

Edward Brodess Farm is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

24. Edward Brodess Farm

Greenbrier Rd, Bucktown, MD
Historic Site · 1 tip

25. Linchester Mill

3395 Linchester Rd, Preston, MD
Historic Site · 1 tip

MarylandMaryland: The mill is situated amidst a secret network of safe houses: the Levertons, the Hubbards & the Kelleys on the west side, and Harriet Tubman’s parents Ben and Rit Ross at Poplar Neck on the east side.

Choptank is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

26. Choptank

Maryland
Neighborhood · 1 tip

MarylandMaryland: Dr. Anthony C. Thompson's sawmill employed large numbers of free and enslaved black laborers during the late 1840s and 1850s including Harriet Tubman’s father.

Greensboro, MD is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

27. Greensboro, MD

Maryland
City · 4 tips and reviews

MarylandMaryland: Though freedom seekers traveling north were tempted to use bridges, they usually avoided them, as the threat of recapture was high at these obvious crossing points.

Adkins Arboretum is one of Underground Railroad & Heritage.

28. Adkins Arboretum

Maryland
Trail · 3 tips and reviews