Basic Information

Amid bird calls, freshly plowed fields, and the hum of mosquitoes, the landscape that shaped Harriet Tubman’s life as an enslaved child, young woman, and freedom seeker thrives still in Dorchester, Talbot, and Caroline Counties, preserved within the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Monument and National Historical Park.

The Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center houses permanent exhibits, a film, restrooms, a museum store, an information desk, and a research library, and it serves as the park’s primary visitor destination.

If you plan to take a walk in our legacy garden or to explore related sites, be prepared for hot weather and mosquitoes in the warm seasons.

For more basic information about the park, its facilities and offerings, and Harriet Tubman's local story, check out this booklet produced by our partners at the Maryland State Park Service.

 
4068 Golden Hill Road
Church Creek, MD 21622

The Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center is located approximately 11 miles south of Cambridge, Maryland. From US 50, turn south on Route 16. Follow Route 16 to Church Creek about 7 miles; turn south on Route 335 / Golden Hill Road. Follow Route 335 about 4.5 miles, and the visitor center is on the right. Latitude/Longitude: 38.4445934, -76.1426984

Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad

Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Monument is a new national park area. The National Park Service jointly operates a new visitor center facility for the public in partnership with the Maryland Park Service.

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Additional Information

Cambridge, Maryland generally experiences warm, humid summers and mild winters. Average summertime highs are in the 80s, with evening lows in the 60s. Winter temperatures usually range from the 30s to the 50s. Spring and fall are variable, but tend to be in the 50s and 60s. Precipitation is spread throughout the year. For more information, see: http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=38.37100441991913&lon=-76.13347536809295#.WCNeYWorLIU

Entrance Fees:

Harriet Tubman Entrance Fee - $0.00

There are no fees to visit Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Monument, but some partner sites may charge fees.

Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center

Operated in partnership with the Maryland Park Service, this visitor center considers the life and legacy of Harriet Tubman, born a slave here in Dorchester County, Maryland. Tubman escaped her condition of slavery and returned to Maryland to bring more than 70 relatives and friends to freedom using the Underground Railroad network. Experience the landscape that colored Tubman's early life, and explore exhibits and a film to learn more about her compelling story.

 
National Parks Passport Stamp Available at:
Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center, 4068 Golden Hill Road, Church Creek, MD 21622

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Mailing Address:

4068 Golden Hill Road
Church Creek, MD 21622

Phone:

410-221-2290

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