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Step back in time and follow the freedom trail in New York with an exceptional tour that narrates the plight of enslaved Africans in colonial America! Learn the exciting history of how a band of brave men and women formed the networks that become the Underground Railroad.
Visit an archaeological site and memorial dedicated to the memory of the enslaved people and hear stories about the riots, revolts and dramatic escapes that occurred during American slavery. Listen to fascinating stories of dramatic escapes, courage, faith and triumph against all odds!
Wednesday, Friday and SaturdayDuration
2 hoursStart time
In front of the Museum of the American Indian located at 1 Bowling Green, at the intersection of Bowling Green and Broadway in Manhattan.
Broadway (between Reade Street and Duane Street)
Meet your guide at the meeting point at the scheduled time. You will be visiting an archaeological site and memorial dedicated to the memory of enslaved Africans in colonial America. You will be exploring the former stations with your guide, including the former locations of homes and churches that were on the Underground Railroad.
You will walk past a slew of Manhattan landmarks and learn about wars of freedom fought and won over 200 years ago. Hear stories of the riots, revolts and dramatic escapes that occurred during American slavery.
Learn the thrilling story about the Underground Railroad in Brooklyn and Manhattan and how a group of courageous men and women undertook grave risks to help enslaved people flee from persecution and oppression.
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm the departure details.
Voucher Information: You must print and surrender a paper version of your booking voucher for this activity (showing your voucher on a smartphone is not accepted). No refund can be given for customers without a printed copy of their voucher.