"I never ran my train off the track and I never lost a passenger."

Harriet Tubman was a deeply spiritual woman who lived her ideals and dedicated her life to freedom. She is the Underground Railroad’s best known conductor and before the Civil War repeatedly risked her life to guide 70 enslaved people north to new lives of freedom. This new national historical park preserves the same landscapes that Tubman used to carry herself and others away from slavery.

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Tubman Talks: A Journey Revisited

Watch a nine part video series that explores the life and legacy of Harriet Tubman

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Things to Do

Walk through our exhibits, or take the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Scenic Byway!

1871 Image of Harriet Tubman looking directly at the camera with folded hands on a chair back

Harriet Tubman's Story

Research and articles that detail Tubman's life and legacy.

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Plan Your Visit

Explore Harriet Tubman's World

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Underground Railroad Network to Freedom

Learn more about the Underground Railroad and the network of people and sites who aided freedom seekers.

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Education Materials

Classroom lesson plans, field trip materials, and other resources to use our landscapes and stories with your students!

Entrance to the Harriet Tubman National Historical Park

Park Management & FAQs

Learn about the park's founding, partnerships, and mission.

Last updated: July 7, 2021

Contact the Park

Mailing Address:

4068 Golden Hill Road
Church Creek, MD 21622

Phone:

410-221-2290

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