Harriet Tubman On the Eastern Shore

Experience the life of Harriet Tubman and her gripping journeys on the Underground Railroad with Harriet Tubman Tours by Chesapeake Tours. Discover Maryland’s Eastern Shore where her faith, family and desire for freedom were nurtured. Tours wind through picturesque, rural landscapes along the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway, where our guides reveal the people and places that forged the links of this network to freedom.

Our Organized Bus Tours

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Heart And Soul

4 hours (Lunch option is additional)

Harriet Tubman’s “greatest hits” are wrapped up in this short but sweet tour, as we visit the essential, iconic places associated with her life. The Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center, the Bucktown Village Store, the Brodess Farm and the Harriet Tubman Organization & Tubman Mural are featured on this tour. Let us arrange a lunch option for your tour, or explore local cuisine on your own.

Pilgrim's Path

8 hours (Lunch is included)
Walk in the steps of Harriet Tubman, in this emotive immersion experience, at sites which Harriet knew intimately and where her spirit still lingers today. Follow a trail used by Tubman while making her most daring rescues. Stop at a surviving safe-house where runaways found sanctuary, and call upon the ancestors on the banks of the mighty Choptank—one of the many rivers that freedom-seekers crossed on their way to the “Promised Land.”

Journey To Freedom

7 hours (Lunch included)

Starting at the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center in Church Creek, MD this tour stretches out across two counties on the Underground Railroad Byway.  Driving tour of sites related to Harriet’s life in Dorchester and Caroline Counties and includes African-American dwellings, Quaker sites and a station stop on the Underground Railroad

Faith, Family, Freedom

8 hours (Lunch included)

Starting at the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center in Church Creek, MD this tour stretches out across two counties on the Underground Railroad Byway.  Driving tour of sites related to Harriet’s life in Dorchester and Caroline Counties and includes auction block site, African-American dwellings, Quaker community and an Underground Railroad stop.