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The Underground Railroad Exhibit at the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center (NACC), “Freedom Crossing: The Underground Railroad in Greater Niagara,” tells the story of the Underground Railroad Movement in Buffalo Niagara—and of the people who risked their lives, all for freedom.

The Freedom Crossing Exhibit depicts the people, places, and events of the Underground Railroad Movement in the Buffalo Niagara region through historic photographs, artifacts, and real life stories. The Exhibit is housed in the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center (NACC) situated just minutes from Niagara Falls, at 1201 Pine Avenue. There is free parking available adjacent to the NACC. The Center is handicapped accessible.

Visitor Information

Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri: 10am- 4pm Sat and Sun: 12pm-4pm

General Admission: Free
($2/person donation recommended)
Guided Tours: $5/person
*Additional cost for workshops

Phone: 716.282.7530
Fax: 716.282.7533
Email: Tours@thenacc.org

Hidden History Tours

Led by specially-trained docents, the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center (NACC) offers exciting group tours of Freedom Crossing: The Underground Railroad of Greater Niagara. Scheduled guided tours are $5 per person.

The NACC also offers Bus Tours and School Group Tours. Please contact the NACC, Tours@thenacc.org or 716.282.7530, for more information.