With its collection of photographs and artifacts, this museum celebrates the life and deeds of African-American leader and ... More
Harriet Tubman House
With its collection of photographs and artifacts, this museum celebrates the life and deeds of African-American leader and abolitionist, Harriet Tubman. A figure from the famous slave-liberating Underground Railroad, Tubman was born into slavery but escaped to Boston in 1849. Nicknamed the "Black Moses," she personally helped over 300 people escape from slavery. Admission is free.
This place has ZERO to do with Harriet Tubman. There aren't even any pictures of her at this place!!! I went there seeking some info on the Freedom Fighter who freed hundreds of slaves and found NOTHING but people with a whole different agenda who don't even know squat about the woman!!! I went there in April, on many different occasions and NOTHING changed!!! VERY DISREGARDING, OUT OF TOUCH and WRONGFUL USAGE OF HER NAME!!! The City of Boston and the State of Massachusetts should CLOSE this place or get in touch with the right people to celebrate this hero. Damn... I'm NOT EVEN BLACK and IT HURTS SO FREAKIN BAD!!!
There is nothing here to see. If you click on the link given above, you will see that it is an adult resource center. We actually went in and asked to see the exhibits. They looked at us like we were crazy! There are no photos,artifact nor a museum. Save your time and train fare for something else!
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