Nearby Attractions

Auburn and Central New York

Tubman was invited to live in Auburn by Frances Seward and her husband, William. Today you can visit their home, a National Historic Landmark and part of the National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom, and tour other Tubman-related sites in the city and region.

Seward House Museum
Frances Seward with her husband, William, Secretary of State for Presidents Lincoln and Johnson, invited Tubman to live in Auburn in 1859 and the Sewards later sold her the property with her residence. Frances was active in the Underground Railroad. Her husband was an anti-slavery moderate from a slave-owning family.

Auburn New York South Street Historic District

Auburn and Cayuga County, New York Freedom Trail

Women’s Rights National Historical Park, Seneca Falls, New York

Area Information

I Love New York, state tourism office

Cayuga County Visitor Information

Auburn and Cayuga County, New York Freedom Trail

New York State Women's Rights and Suffrage Trail

Harriet Tubman in Maryland and Delaware

Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park, Church Creek, Maryland

Harriet Tubman State Park, Church Creek, Maryland

Harriet Tubman in Maryland

Harriet Tubman Byway, Maryland and Delaware

Underground Railroad

National Underground Railroad Network to Freedom
Find sites across the nation associated with the people and web of safe havens that comprised the Underground Railroad.

Last updated: June 1, 2017

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Mailing Address:

Harriet Tubman National Historical Park
P.O. Box 769

Auburn, NY 13021-0769

Phone:

315-882-8060

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