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An outstanding artifact of the Anti-slavery and Underground Railroad period, The Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence, located at 194 Livingston Avenue in Albany, New York reflects Underground Railroad history from the perspective of Stephen Myers as a man enslaved in NYS and from the perspective of Black abolitionists. Stephen and Harriet Myers, who lived in this building in the mid-1850’s, were the central Underground Railroad activists in the Capital Region.

TOUR DATES and HOURS (Must Call Ahead!)
Please call (518) 621-7793 before visiting 

Masks are required at all times when visiting The Myers Residence and The Myers Residence Campus. Masks are available at The Myers Residence. Visitors will be asked to cleanse their hands with hand sanitizer upon entry and leave complete contact information in case the need for contract tracing arises.

Monday through Friday: 5pm-8pm

Saturday: 12pm-4pm
Sunday: CLOSED

Reopening to the public on Monday, September 7, 2020! Yahoo!!


Adults: $10
Seniors: $8
Children 5-12 years: $5
Under 5 years: FREE

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Youth Group Tours: We offer a one-hour guided experience for students. $5 per student with one free adult for every 10 students. Please contact us to make arrangements.

Adult Group Tours: please contact us to make arrangements.

Downtown Albany Guided Walking Tours

Guided walking tours of Underground Railroad sites of interest in Downtown Albany can be arranged for groups of 10 or more.
Contact us to make arrangements.

Address, Phone & Map

194 Livingston Avenue
Albany, NY 12210

(518) 621-7793