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Back in the dark days before the abolition of slavery, a network of courageous and caring men and women established the "Underground Railroad", a network of secret routes and safe houses to help slaves escape to the free states and Canada.
On this African-American heritage tour you’ll discover how New York City was an important junction on this clandestine route.
See key historical locations for yourself, while hearing stories of these daring escapes as well as the struggle of the enslaved people who built the city’s foundations.
The Sightseeing Pass grants you free admission to the NYC Slavery Walking Tour
Wednesday, Friday & Saturday: 1:00pm
Reservations must be made online exclusively at insideouttours.com. Clicking the 'book now' button brings up the tour date options.
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