Glider rides, black history, craft beer, beautiful scenery, famous residents - learn about all the unique things to do in Elmira, New York.
Frederick Douglass and Susan B. Anthony not only advocated for women's rights, but they also helped the Underground Railroad in Rochester be successful.
Led by abolitionists Reverend Loguen and Matilda Joslyn Gage, Syracuse was a key city in the Underground Railroad. Several locations around the city and county were significant to the movement, including one of the most famous anti-slavery acts, the Jerry…
Harriet Tubman and the Seward family were about as different as you could get. But their fight was the same. Abolish slavery. Together they spearheaded the efforts of the Underground Railroad in Auburn, New York.
Starr Clark Tin Shop and Museum stands as a link to the past, depicting the history of the Underground Railroad in Mexico, NY.
John W. Jones arrived in Elmira, New York on July 5th, 1844. Having escaped from a life of slavery in Virginia, he was meant for great things. 800 fellow runaways have him to thank for aiding in their journeys to…
Possessed paintings. A wreath made of human hair. Shadowy Figures. Strange occurrences. All this and more can be found at these haunted places in Cooperstown and the surrounding area. Are you brave enough to visit?
The Women's Rights Movement was born in Seneca Falls, New York in 1848. Several women led the charge for equality, including women's right to vote. Today you can pay your respects at these women's history sites across the state.
Visit Saranac Brewery - one of the oldest breweries in the US - and learn about its rich history on a tour. Taste the first beer served after Prohibition!
There is so much to do in Boston without spending a fortune. Learn some of the best tips for exploring Boston on a budget - parks, cheap eats, art, & more!