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Frederick Douglass - Isaac Myers Maritime Park

#113 of 231 things to do in Baltimore Features Animals
Chase's Wharf, Fell's Point, Baltimore, MD
+1 410-783-1490
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Hidden Gem

We toured this museum, a lot of history to learn and it's in the inner harbor. The museum is very... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
147waymang
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Aiken, South Carolina
Fun and educational

This was the first Baltimore attraction we visited and it was a great introduction to all aspects... read more

Reviewed 22 December 2016
Mrsbartholomew
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“small museum” (2 reviews)
“fells point” (2 reviews)
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Chase's Wharf, Fell's Point, Baltimore, MD
Fells Point
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We toured this museum, a lot of history to learn and it's in the inner harbor. The museum is very hands on, inexpensive, great family attraction. Lots to do while you are at the inner harbor. A must see, if you love black history.

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Reviewed 22 December 2016 via mobile

This was the first Baltimore attraction we visited and it was a great introduction to all aspects of the city's history. It really helped set some historical context for the rest of our explorations of Baltimore. The exhibits are very hands-on which got the children...More

Thank Mrsbartholomew
Reviewed 3 November 2016 via mobile

Built on the historic site of the first African-American shipyard. In a series of restored warehouses, this is a great museum with a great message - both diversity and preserving the maritime environment.

Thank BlueHenFlyer
Reviewed 4 April 2016

Our Washington, DC History & Culture Meetup group visited this off-the-beaten-path museum that is fun on many levels. First the overall interior architecture of the building is very impressive with pretty views of the harbor. Second it's interesting learning about the lives of both Frederick...More

2  Thank DCHistoryAndCulture
Reviewed 17 March 2016

This small museum is in a beautiful location right on the harbor in Fells Point. I was very interested to learn more about Frederick Douglass and had never heard of Isaac Meyers so we decided to go here after learning that the bigger black history...More

2  Thank BrittaniaBear
Reviewed 4 September 2012

My nieces wedding was held at the museum this past weekend. A very unique and beautiful place for a wedding! The view was awesome, the building it's self was fabulous. My only complaint was the air-conditioning, it was not evenly distributed. The main room was...More

2  Thank regolg3dance
Reviewed 5 August 2009

As two older white folks, we lucked into this fascinating small museum with character! In a lovely building full of light, the history of two men who worked and lived in Baltimore came to light. We were met by an enthusiastic tour guide who clearly...More

6  Thank ltss3yr2
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