Join us in celebration of Black History Month for a free, public screening of the PBS documentary Underground Railroad: The William Still Story. The documentary recounts the story of William Still — a Philadelphia abolitionist who risked his life to help Freedom Seekers as an agent for the Underground Railroad. Screening will begin at 5:30 PM. Troy Mosley, Managing Director of Content for MPT, will be at the Museum to introduce the film before it begins.

Before the screening, join chief curator Jonathan Goldman at 4:30 PM on a tour of the new exhibit, The Underground Railroad: Freedom Seekers on the B&O Railroad.

Food and beverages will be available for purchase on site. 


This is a FREE event. Free admission begins at 4 PM. Limited access to the Museum (Roundhouse and exhibits) available 4-6:30 PM.

More Upcoming 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.

Upcoming Events at the B&O


Monthly Tours

April 22, 26 & 27 @ 10 AM-12 PM

Restoration Shop Tours

April 27, May 19 & June 9

Screen Painting Exhibit & Workshop

April 29 – May 5

Sensory Inclusive Summer Camp

Week 1: June 24-28



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