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Hubbard House Underground Railroad Museum

Corner of Walnut Blvd. and Lake Ave., Ashtabula, OH
+1 440-964-8168
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Underground railroad stop

I went to this place some time ago but never thought about doing a review until now. I love... read more

Reviewed 5 October 2016
Jim 32751 B
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Ohio
Very Interesting House!

This is a very good historic site and the guide was most interesting! Really went into the history... read more

Reviewed 22 September 2016
Shawn H
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Alexandria Bay, New York
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  • Very good9%
  • Average9%
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4 Oct 2016
“Underground railroad stop”
21 Sep 2016
“Very Interesting House!”
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Corner of Walnut Blvd. and Lake Ave., Ashtabula, OH
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+1 440-964-8168
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Reviewed 5 October 2016

I went to this place some time ago but never thought about doing a review until now. I love learning about the local history and this place was a real find. I have been by it dozens of times and never had any idea as...More

1  Thank Jim 32751 B
Reviewed 22 September 2016 via mobile

This is a very good historic site and the guide was most interesting! Really went into the history and details of how the home played a significant role in the Underground Railroad. This family was very prominent and influential in their community. Apparently this was...More

1  Thank Shawn H
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

This house, which is now connected to the library, used to be the main meeting place for the abolitionists in Ashtabula. They met secretly here in the front room. There was nothing written down by the abolitionists, we were told by our guide, because it...More

1  Thank Larry R
Reviewed 28 June 2016

The Hubbard House is a wonderful place to visit and hear about how Ashtabula paid a high part in the Underground Railroad. The guides are very knowledgeable and willing to answer your questions. It is a great place for children to visit and learn a...More

Thank Laura H
Reviewed 15 December 2015

What a wonderfully kept and restored museum. We took a homeschool group for a tour and the guide could not have been more accommodating! They are open on a posted schedule, but very willing to accommodate groups. Guides are very knowledgeable and there are lots...More

Thank mamallama1124
Reviewed 27 June 2015 via mobile

First, you can tour the house and not be a group, so ignore that comment. Two of us just walked in and a gentleman took us through. The house is interesting, and full of peeiod pieces. The tour guide had lots of i formation on...More

3  Thank Lisa P
Reviewed 7 June 2015

It was so informative. A lot of facts about the family who lived there and their part in the railroad. The people who run the place are friendly and knowledgeable. The house is also filled with many historical artifacts. The tour's leader was passionate about...More

Thank Barbara T
Reviewed 26 June 2014

We called to visit and were told that they only give tours to groups! We were a family of five and wanted to see this historic place. Inexcusable!

7  Thank OnTheRoadAgainAreWe
Reviewed 26 November 2013

The Hubbard House is a marvelous museum that has just recently expanded to accommodate more exhibits and visitors. It contains Ashtabula history, stories and collections relevant to the role it played in the anti-slavery movement in Ohio, and Civil War exhibits. Worth the trip.

2  Thank scordell
Reviewed 23 July 2013

This remarkable museum holds much for those who want to learn about and understand the real courage of Abolitionists and of those held in slavery. .

1  Thank MrsDSF
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