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Spend a Day at the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park
Harriet Tubman has long been associated with her extraordinary work with abolitionist causes and as the Underground Railroad's most famous conductor. Her heroic efforts in personally leading more than 300 persons out of slavery to freedom in the North defined her as the "Moses of her People."
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.
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, -76.1426984Directions Details
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Wheelchairs are available for guest use upon request. If you have any questions about accessibility or a request for special accommodations, please contact the park at 410-221-2290.
To learn more about the accessibility of associated sites, programs, and facilities please contact Sailwinds Visitor Center, Cambridge Maryland for more information:
2 Rose Hill Place
Cambridge, MD 21613
Last updated: June 1, 2017