Welcome to an Underground Railroad Tour of the Marietta, Ohio area where the Underground Railroad got started north of the Ohio River!
Visit Constitution, a small village south of Marietta founded by Ephriam Cutler, the man who saved Ohio from becoming a slave state!
Two hour tours to local sites, including a former slave owning plantation in Williamstown. West Virginia!
Cruise the Ohio River Mason-Dixon Line on the Valley Gem Stern-Wheeler Riverboat. Hear the Story of Jane, a fifty-one year old slave woman who took seven children in 1843 and escaped from slavery to freedom in Canada!
Spend some time and drive by the "oldest" inhabited Underground Railroad Station north of the Ohio River!
Hear lectures about slavery and the Underground Railroad, given by Award winning Henry Robert Burke, South East Regional Coordinator for the Ohio Underground Railroad Association!
At the Levee House Cafe, (founded in 1826) see the Black Family History Exhibit of Henry Robert Burke, that covers slavery from 1650 at 'Corotoman' Plantation in Lancaster County, Virginia, through the end of the American Civil War in 1865.
Come to the 'Wilds', and see a 9200 acre wildlife preserve that used to be a trail of the Underground Railroad, but now protects endangered African species and other endangered wildlife!
Take your group for nighttime walk along a 1 mile stretch of road rural road that was used by fugitive slaves to escape!