Forbes magazine just named the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway as one of the top women’s history landmarks in the country! Forbes selected one landmark in each state, and the byway was the choice for Maryland. The byway is a 125-mile self-guided, scenic driving tour that shares the powerful stories of Harriet Tubman and other freedom seekers along the Underground Railroad in the 1800s. Harriet Tubman was born here in Dorchester County on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The byway includes 36 sites in Dorchester and Caroline Counties in Maryland before continuing into Delaware and on to Philadelphia. Learn how you can explore the byway — and take advantage of limited time savings on lodging and more — at our sister website, HarrietTubmanByway.org. Read the Forbes story.