The Amherstburg Freedom Museum
The Amherstburg Freedom Museum welcomes all people of all ages to experience the history of the Underground Railroad and the compassion and solidarity it took to make this network possible. Site includes Nazrey AME Church, National Historic Site and stop on the Underground Railroad, and the Taylor Log Cabin from the same period that looks like the occupants just stepped out for a moment. It is entirely appropriate, and even necessary, that the Museum was established in Amherstburg. Amherstburg meant freedom, as the Canadian destination for many Black people escaping slavery in the United States. The Museum is uniquely situated to resource a profound history, steeped in its surroundings, to further extend public knowledge and enjoyment.
Tue – Fri 12 pm – 5 pm, Sat – Sun 1 pm – 5 pm
$7.50/Adult, $6.50/Students and Seniors, $30/Group of (5)
519.736.5433 or 800.713.6336, www.amherstburgfreedom.org
The Amherstburg Freedom Museum – 277 King St., Amherstburg