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Quindaro Ruins and Undergound Railroad


category : Archaeology
Quindaro Ruins and Undergound Railroad The Quindaro Ruins and Undergound Railroad archeological free port of entry off the Missouri River provides a rare window into the past. The stone and brick foundations offer tangible evidence of a largely unrecognized chapter in American history and the largest known archeological shrine to freedom.


Admission: Free - not accessible by automobile.
Hours: Call for a group guided tour.
Address: 27th and Sewell
Phone: 913-321-5800

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