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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Location
424 Race St
Cambridge, MD
21613
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  • ADA Accessible
Rated 1 by mikesY6443VY

July 11, 2024

mikesY6443VY

Underwhelming and unorganized

As much as it pains me to post a negative review (something I hardly ever do), I feel it would be disingenuous to do anything else. Not a good experience today at all. We were vacationing in Ocean...

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Rated 4 by Claire M

March 30, 2024

Claire M

Our Walking Museum Tour of Downtown Cambridge with Linda Harris

My husband and I had a wonderful tour of Cambridge which focused on Harriet Tubman history there and the cities early history in the slave trade. Linda Harris was our guide and she was fantastic! She...

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Rated 5 by OldTownDave

April 11, 2023

OldTownDave

Great History to Learn

We thoroughly enjoyed visiting this museum and learning more about Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad. There were very knowledgeable docents there explaining stuff. Go here first and then go...

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