Sculptor Wesley Wofford’s “Harriet Tubman-The Journey to Freedom” exhibit will stop in Tubman’s hometown of Auburn during the months of July and August. The 9-foot and 2,200-pound sculpture depicts Tubman’s travels as she fought to free enslaved people. Visitors may enjoy an unveiling ceremony, walking tours and additional activities to celebrate Tubman’s fight for freedom and her endless resilience. The traveling monument will make stops in White Plains, Auburn, Rochester and Kingston from April to December. For the full list of stops, please see here.