The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center stands as a monument to freedom bringing to life the importance - and relevance - of struggles for freedom around the world, throughout history and today. The structure, specificially situated for the location's historical significance, is made up of three buildings that symbolize the cornerstones of freedom - courage, cooperation and perseverance, and the Freedom Center's curving architecture reflects the winding river and the often-changing path to freedom. Through it's exhibits and programming, the Freedom Center offers an educational and inspiring experience for children and adullts alike.Show more
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
Where We're Located
50 E. Freedom Way
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Phone: (513) 333-7500Get Directions
Reopening July 24, 2020.
Join the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and five other leading Black museums and historical institutions on June 19, 2020 when they launch a digital commemoration of Juneteenth on BLKFREEDOM.org.