Experience The History Of The Underground Railroad At Delaware’s Tubman-Garrett Park

Delaware is a state that’s full of history, but most of the time, people tend to focus on our Revolutionary past. Did you know that Delaware’s cities and residents played a big role in assisting runaway slaves on their path to freedom? One park in our biggest city pays tribute to two abolitionists who helped the Underground Railroad successfully lead Americans to freedom.

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Have you visited Tubman-Garrett Riverfront Park? Many people are not aware of the history until the take the time to really look around!

Wilmington’s Riverfront is one of the most underrated places in the state, and there’s so much to do! Explore The Best Riverfront In Delaware On A Crisp Fall Day and really get to know your home state.

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