Hubbard House Underground Railroad Museum
The Underground Railroad was a loose association of people and places providing food, shelter and clothing for slaves escaping the antebellum South.

This home, built by William and Katharine Hubbard about 1841, served as a northern terminus, or end point, of the UGRR.

Hubbard House, once code named Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard and The Great Emporium, is listed on
1603 Walnut Blvd
Ashtabula, OH, 44004
Phone: 4409648168

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Museum Tour (1h)
Learn of the rich history of the Underground Railroad here and across the Connecticut Western Reserve – and why some Civil War historians believe the underground railroad was a major factor in the war beginning as early as it did.

Tour our Americana Collection featuring Civil war artifacts and Ashtabula history, including the Ashtabula Bridge Disaster of 1876.

After your trip through time, shop in Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard’s Gift Shop for Underground Railroad books & posters, quality wooden toys, gifts, and small musical instruments for boys and girls of all ages.

FREE | Help preserve the history of the Historic Hubbard House Underground Railroad museum by donating today.
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