Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park

1417 Thames St, Baltimore, MD 21231 Get Directions
Phone: 410-685-0295
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Experience Frederick Douglass's life as a Baltimore caulker and witness the re-creation of the first African-American shipyard in North America. On Maryland's Frederick Douglass Driving Tour.



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December 28, 2017
This museum is a small waterfront treasure and definitely worth seeing if you have an hour. The entrance fee of $5 is very inexpensive, making it accessible to most, and street parking is abundant...
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September 3, 2017
A small but compact museum on the lives of Frederick Douglass and Isaac Myers, two African-American men who lived and worked in Baltimore (their connection is that they were both, at separate times...
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August 27, 2017
Astro J
When he lived in Baltimore he worked on boats doing caulking. The museum focuses on this time and what the boat building industry was like at the time. A interesting look at the times and part of...