Visit Underground Railroad Locations

The National Park Service preserves and protects powerful places - the physical memory of our nation's history. Locations related to the Underground Railroad are part of the Network to Freedom program. The locations in this program include National Park units, as well as locations with a verifiable connection to the Underground Railroad. Visiting these places - virtually or in person - allows you to form your own connections to the story of the Underground Railroad in America.

The Network to Freedom currently contains over 600 locations nationwide with a verifiable connection to the Underground Railroad. These locations include sites, facilities and programs, most of which can be visited.This map includes the locations of those open to the public and/or include public information about properties. Some locations are not plotted on the map for privacy and/or security reasons. The list of all Network to Freedom locations is available for download (accessible PDF).

*The list below is still being updated and states and their Network to Freedom members are still being added.*

  • Anthony D. Allen Site (Honolulu)
  • Harriet's Return (Placitas)
  • John Cross Burial Site at Hope Cemetery (Wessington)
  • Seminole indian Scouts Cemetery (Brackettville)
  • Blazing Trails to Freedom: The Underground Railroad (Houston)
  • Resurrection of Harriet Tubman-Escape to Freedom (Houston)

Last updated: August 21, 2019