Underground Railroad

from/per person $30.00
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  • Access for disabled
  • Groups allowed
  • Tour guides


Philadelphia is home to the Underground Railroad in many historical ways via people, places, and events!


♢ Congo Square

The place where Africans gathered for relief from their labors

♢ Mother Bethel AME Church

An underground railroad station

William Still Marker

Philadelphia’s Father of the Underground Railroad

 First African Baptist Church

An underground railroad station

♢ Harriet Tubman Monument (Bristol, PA)


Camp William Penn

Site of where the first Colored Troops were trained in historic LaMott

♢ The Johnson House

A Quaker intact site in historic Germantown

Fairhill Cemetery

Burial ground for abolitionists Robert Purvis and Lucretia Mott


Step On Location: Pennsylvania Convention Center/ Pre-determined location

Transportation: To Be Determined (Guide can Step-On existing bus or motor coach or

transportation can be arranged—cost will increase)

What’s included

  • Admission to the Johnson House
  • Donation to Mother Bethel
  • Light snack
  • Trained Tour Guide


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