Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad State Park
4068 Golden Hill Road
Church Creek, MD 21622
State Park: Birding, History, Picnic, Walk
The Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center will immerse visitors in Tubman’s world through exhibits that are informative, evocative and emotive. Understand the value of Tubman’s early years in Maryland, learn about the Underground Railroad resistance movement and her work as a freedom fighter, liberator, leader and humanitarian. The Visitor Center also features a gift shop, information desk, research library and a temporary exhibit space. Outside the Visitor Center, a walking path through the legacy garden offers a place for quiet reflection and meditation. Further appreciate the life and legacy of this great American heroine by attending a ranger-led program or exploring additional sites along the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway. The 17-acre park is adjacent is to the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge and is also home to an administrative building and a 2,600 square foot open-air picnic pavilion with stone fireplace and serving area.