John Freeman Walls Historic Site and Underground Railroad Museum

The John Freeman Walls Historic Site is family owned and operated.  Meet descendants of the Underground Railroad as tour guides take you on an interactive trip back in time.  The focal point of the visit is a log cabin built in 1846 by escaped slave John Freeman Walls and his wife Jane King Walls, who rest in the family cemetery on the property.  School/Bus tours welcome.  Call in advance.  Admission Charged.

Hours Of Operation:
Tuesday to Saturday June, July and August 10am – 4pm (weather permitting)

By appointment May to October

 

Address: 859 Puce Rd., Lakeshore, ON, N0R 1A7
Telephone: (519) 727-6555

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