Visitor Information

Slaveholders hide themselves behind the church. A more praying, preaching, psalm-singing people cannot be found than the slaveholders at the south…
– William Wells Brown, Narrative of William W. Brown, A Fugitive Slave, 1847


1201 Pine Avenue
Niagara Falls NY 14301


Mon-Fri: 10am – 5pm
Sat and Sun: 12pm – 5pm

General Admission: Free
$2/person donation recommended)

Guided Tours: $5/person
*Additional cost for workshops


Parking & Wheelchair Accessibility

There is free parking available adjacent to the NACC. The center is handicapped accessible.

BUS TOURS : 7 Days a Week

The NACC can accommodate large groups! Wheelchair and  Handicap Accessible. Box Lunches Available. Interactive Tours include guides with an in depth understanding of the unique story of the Western New York Underground Railroad.  You may add special programing in art, music or poetry to your tour for an additional fee.

School Tours

Led by specially-trained docents, the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center (NACC) offers exciting school tours of The Underground Railroad of Greater Niagara. Tours include hands-on activities such as:

  • ART: Creating artwork in response to questions of freedom,
  • MUSIC: Understanding the role of music in the UGRR
  • WRITING: Exploring the importance of oral history and written narrative in the UGRR.

Teachers may request a menu of activities to choose from. Guided tours are $5/student plus materials.

*Tours must be scheduled at least two weeks in advance.

Interested in Becoming a Cultural Center Docent?

To learn more about our docent program and volunteer opportunities, please contact the NACC’s Marketing Director:  Kelly Lang Buckley at 716.282.7530 x 110.