Discover the fascinating history
of the Underground Railroad.
Their Courage and Heroism
were their way of life.
See How They Lived
Learn how they survived.
With Bravery and Compassion
they freed countless lives.
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What is the UGRR?

The Underground Railroad was a loose association of people and places providing food, shelter and clothing for slaves escaping the antebellum South.

This home, built by William and Katharine Hubbard about 1841, served as a northern terminus, or end point, of the UGRR.

Hubbard House, once code named Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard and The Great Emporium, is listed on the US Department of the Interior National Register of Historic Places.

HOURS:

Friday through Sunday
Memorial Day Weekend Through Labor Day 1-5pm
Group and off-season Tours Available by Appointment

ADMISSION:

Adult $5 | Senior $4 | Child (6-16) $3

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