The Underground Railroad and its connection to the Ohio Valley
The Underground Railroad Museum is located in Flushing, Ohio. The museum features an extensive collection of publications, books, memorabilia and other articles. The exhibits portray what is known about slavery and the Underground Railroad in Ohio and features an understanding of the culture in the 1800's.
To Our Visitors....Your contribution to the exhibit will enable us to continue securing these documents and ensure that the pain and suffering of our forefathers will not be forgotten!
Hours are by appointment only. Feel free to use our online contact form or contact us by phone at 740-968-2080 (museum) or 740-968-6113 (home) to schedule an appointment.
-Dr. John Mattox (Curator)
121 East Hight Street, Flushing, Ohio 43977
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In 1993 John S. Mattox opened the Underground Railroad Foundation in Flushing, Ohio. The museum offers exhibits on the Underground Railroad and tours in the Ohio Valley related to the Underground Railroad. The museum also offers what they call a traveling trunk.