As part of monthly programming for our exhibit, The Underground Railroad: Freedom Seekers on the B&O Railroad, chief curator Jonathan Goldman will be moderating an academic roundtable with advisors who took part in the production of our newest exhibit.
Panelists include Teisha Dupree-Wilson, PhD, Professor of African American History at Coppin State University; Chris Haley, Director of the Legacy of Slavery in Maryland at the Maryland State Archives Department; and Paula Phillips, Director of Community Arts at MICA.
This event will be live streamed for public online viewing as well.
More Underground Railroad Events
The B&O Railroad Museum is proud to host events and activities related to our exhibit, The Underground Railroad: Freedom Seekers on the B&O Railroad throughout 2023 — with live performances, lectures, and more.
Programs include a performance by the historic Union Baptist Church’s choir with an introduction by Reverend Montgomery, scheduled From Slavery to Civil Rights tours, and kid-focused educational activities throughout the weekend.
Join us in celebration of Black History Month for a free, public screening of Underground Railroad: The William Still Story.
Chief curator Jonathan Goldman will be moderating an academic roundtable with advisors who took part in the production of our newest exhibit.
Join us at the Museum for a day of special kids programming and activities.
Experience Howard University’s Afro Blue Ensemble & Department of Music live in the B&O’s historic Roundhouse.
Historian and author Anthony Cohen will be joining us for a lecture on the history of the Underground Railroad.
More upcoming events at the B&O
Restore Baltimore Information & Assessment Sessions
The Underground Railroad
Exhibition Now Open!
Champagne on the Train
Feb. 10 @ 7-9 PM
Feb. 25 & Mar. 26
Feb. 26 @ 10 AM-3 PM
Every other Thursday, January – October @ 10:30 AM
THE POLAR EXPRESS™ TRAIN RIDE
Returning in 2023!
Bank of America Model Train Gallery
See Baltimore landmarks in miniature