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2023  Journey to Freedom Tour Dates
will be announced this March


AACHM invites all ages to our docent-guided Journey to Freedom bus tour of sites associated with Underground Railroad, Civil War, and historic African American communities in Washtenaw County. Stops may include a visit to the museum or invite guest historians. Golden Limousine has provided safe and professional transportation for over 15 years. We can accommodate group tours, private tours, and walking tours.  


Cost for individuals reserving seats on our

pre-scheduled AACHM tours, open to the public is $25/adult, $15/seniors (60+) and students, payable on the AACHM website.


Cost for Private Groups needing transportation includes bus rental payable to Golden Limousine, and $200 for museum services payable to AACHM.


Cost for Private Groups with their own transportation is $200 for museum services payable to AACHM.


Cost for walking tours of multiple sites are $10/person, payable to AACHM.

Cost for a personal tour of a single site is $5/person, payable to AACHM.


AACHM accepts payments by credit card online at,, or by check and mailed to PO box 130724, Ann Arbor, MI 48113.


For inquiries please email or text,

Deborah Meadows, 734-819- 8182,

Journey to Freedom is a member of The National Park Service, US Department of the Interior national Underground Railroad Network to Freedom Program. In addition to preserving historic sites associated with the Underground Railroad, the NPS, through the Network to Freedom, attempts to tell a comprehensive story of the people and events associated with the struggle for freedom from enslavement. Much of the historic physical evidence of places—the buildings and landscapes—important to the Underground Railroad have been altered or destroyed. To convey the magnitude of this history, it is necessary to recognize commemorative and interpretive efforts, in addition to identifying and preserving the sites that remain. Consequently, the Network was designed to include not only sites, but facilities and programs.

Ride by Historic Sites in Washtenaw County: Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Pittsfield Township

The Underground Railroad was a network of secret routes, hidden places, determined citizens and self-liberated people of color seeking freedom. Two essential routes to Detroit and ultimate safety in Canada crossed in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti.Discover the role Washtenaw County played on these docent guided bus tours and walks by the exteriors of local and nationally-known Underground Railroad landmarks, historic sites, cemeteries, buildings and homes. Tours cover Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Pittsfield Township.

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