The Underground Railroad at McAllister's Mill
Recognized by National Park Service as part of the UGRR Network to Freedom
Saturday, July 13, 2013 to Saturday, August 31, 2013
Special Tour Event
Walk in the footsteps of history! See the places where freedom seekers sought refuge from slavery in the years before the Civil War. Learn about the historical significance of the Underground Railroad and hear the stories of those escaping slavery. Discover a part of the battlefield that is seen by only a small number of people. See the location of the famous mill pond featured on the History Channel TV program, "Battlefield Detectives".
This one-hour tour of the McAllister's Mill site on Rock Creek is a walking tour over gentle terrain. Free parking is available at the South end of the Mulligan MacDuffer Adventure Golf parking lot at 1360 Baltimore Pike in Gettysburg.
Look for the recently installed blue Pennsylvania Historic Marker at the end of the parking lot.
Tours begin in the Mulligan McDuffer parking log at 11am Saturdays from May 4-Aug 31.
Reservations are not necessary, but for more information, call 717-659-8827.
Suggested donation to HGAC is $5.00 for students and $10.00 for adults. This tour is recognized by the National Park Service as part of the UGRR Network to Freedom.
1360 Balitmore Pike
Find on Google Maps