NYC Slavery & Underground Railroad Tour in New York, NY
Inside Out Tours • Museum of the American Indian • New York, NY 10004View on Map
Learn all about the Freedom Trail, its history, and how New York played a significant role in this part of history. Guests will visit an archaeological site and memorial, experience a former site for the Underground Railroad, and listen to the stories of New Yorkers who risked their lives to help people escape slavery in America.
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Tours are approximately 2.5 hours long.When are tours available?
From April 1st to October 31st, tours are available on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays at 1pm. In November, December, and March, tours are available on Saturdays at 1pm.Where does the tour begin?
All guests should meet in front of the Museum of the American Indian at 1 Bowling Green, New York, NY 10004.What should I wear?
Comfortable, weather appropriate clothing is recommended.What are the age restrictions for this tour?
Children are allowed to accompany their parents or guardians on this tour. However, due to the length of this tour, it is recommended that parents make a decision as to whether the tour is appropriate for their children.Can I bring my camera?
Yes, you may bring a camera for pictures.Will the tour operate if it rains?
Yes. Tours are rain or shine and all guests should dress appropriately for the weather conditions. In cases of severe weather on the day of your tour, the tour will be canceled and guests will be provided a full refund.