THANK YOU FOR RIDING!
A GROWN-UP FIELD TRIP TO…
A SMOOTH RIDE
Fully guided tour of the ins and outs of Tubman’s hometown, hideouts and more.
Get going with hot coffee and a light breakfast, then turn up the flavor for a gourmet lunch. Plus snacks and H2O are provided along the way.
A climate controlled coach bus.
See one of the portals to slavery and a gateway to freedom at the Long Wharf
Go inside Linchester Mill where Tubman shopped, and enslaved and freed blacks worked side-by-side
Go to the site of Harriet Tubman’s first act of defiance – the Bucktown Village Store
See the home of Jacob & Hannah Leverton, Quakers and agents of the Underground Railroad
Visit the oldest Post-Civil War African American community built and run school, known as the Stanley Institute
SEE WHAT HARRIET SAW
Walk the Path of Moses Herself
See places and paths that Harriet saw, actually visit stops on the Underground Railroad. See some of her hideaways and more! Register now to join us for a road trip across our beautiful state of Maryland on this early autumn day. You will ride on a chartered coach bus to the Eastern Shore, for a five-star private tour of the Harriet Tubman Byway.
THIS IS A FULLY-GUIDED TOUR
Talk with a historian! A certified guide will give us a private tour of the byway.
Casual byway visitors may take a self-guided tour, but we will enjoy a hand-picked experience, led by a well-loved historian and park-certified guide.
You historians will especially appreciate our guide’s insights. He is ready for our smart-minded group and has promised to share in-depth information, answer questions, and move beyond the footnotes of history.
Come ride with us. Meet a friend with common interests and share another beautiful, monumental experience with us on Saturday, November 4th.
What is the Underground Railroad Byway?
We’re glad you asked! The Underground Railroad Byway is marked as a national treasure, and pinponts important moments, milestones and places in the life of Harriet Tubman.
Guess Who’s Coming To Lunch?
Some of the most inspiring things are resting right in front of us. We are lucky to spend hours each day in a beautiful space that is full of inspiration and creative potential. Among the inspirations for this journey, are wise words spoken by great Americans, shackles that bound us, plus more art and artifacts.