1820 stately brick house that served as a branch school for the Oberlin Collegiate Institute and later was a station on the Underground Railroad.
The home is a National Historic Landmark and has ties to the Anti Slavery movement.
Meeting site for the Oberlin Anti-Slavery Society
African American Cultural Programs were designed by the founders in 1970 to uplift and inspire African Americans and the community.
This historic landmark can be found at the Black River Landing in Lorain.
Three monuments specific to African American history stand in the park.
Former home of John Monteith housed fugitive slaves.
Oberlin College has a historical reputation as a center for abolitionist activities.
Visit the Oberlin Heritage Center to explore the history of this small town with nationally significant stories.
Future home of the Underground Railroad Center
Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison visited Oberlin and dedicated a bench in the park as part of her "Bench by the Road" project.
Museum contains the history of painter Archibald Willard, artist of the famous "Spirit of '76." The museum also contains Revolutionary and Civil War artifacts.
Distinctive and well-known railroad sculpture and healing garden.
Monument to the Wellington-Oberlin rescuers that participated in the 1858 rescue of fugitive slave John Price.
Here lie former slaves, famous abolitionists, and many who have become known as Oberlin's faces of change. Click here for a map to guide you through Oberlin's faces of change who now rest here.