Harriet Tubman Square
Harriet Tubman Square is a small park and historical site in the South End neighborhood. It has statues that honor the life of Harriet Tubman and a great place to learn about her life and black history. The brick paving is designed with decorative bronze pavers depicting aspects of the story of the Underground Railroad. The statues have etched quotes and historical facts. Harriet Tubman Square has plenty of benches for seating, and is nestled under trees, providing shade in the summertime.
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To get to Harriet Tubman Square in Boston by T, you can take the Green Line E Branch to the Prudential stop and walk down W Newton Street.
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