Harriet Tubman Museum and Educational Center

The museum offers historical displays, literature and videos about slavery, the Underground Railroad, the Civil War and life in the post Civil War period. The building features a powerful and moving mural of Harriet Tubman. A National Park Service Network to Freedom site.


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424 Race St
Cambridge, MD
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Rated 4 by 63impala

October 09, 2022


American history

This should be high on everyone's list to see. This is part of american history that not all people really get to learn. Real history is warts and all. She was a patriot and her quest for freedom is...

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Rated 5 by dctravelerworkfun

July 23, 2022


Look Around, Spend the Day and Imagine

Also information on William Still. Located right on the main street next to an ice cream shop with the old Small Town feel run by locals that know their history. You can do it self paced or a tour...

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Rated 5 by heathergV7854WA

June 14, 2022


Nice curated exhibit

After stopping by at Black Water we drove here (just across the street from the park exit). You can’t miss this if you want to learn more about Tubman.

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