Harriet Tubman National Historical Park is located in Auburn, New York, 1.5 miles from the city center along South Street. You can see the church she attended for more than 20 years, and visit her gravesite, located a short distance from the church.
On a campus of three buildings, you can explore the visitor center, tour the Tubman Home for the Aged that she founded, and walk the grounds outside of Harriet Tubman’s Residence (interior is not available). The visitor center is adjacent to the Tubman Home for the Aged and the Harriet Tubman Residence. These three sites are operated by a National Park Service partner, Harriet Tubman Home, Inc. Please check their website for current hours and services before you visit.
Thompson Memorial African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church is about a mile from Tubman’s residence and the Tubman Home for the Aged. Fort Hill Cemetery is less than two blocks from the church.
Learn more about these sites and how to tour them under Places to Go.