The Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Museum is situated on the site of the first African-American shipyard in America. Its a national heritage site which chronicles the struggles of Frederick Douglass and Isaac Myers, perhaps Baltimore's most prominent African-American activists. The museum also depicts the rise of the Afro-American community in Baltimore in the 19th century and the rich maritime and ship-building history of Chesapeake Bay. One of the latest cultural landmarks in Baltimore, the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Museum is also well-suited for private and group events.
- Open Hours: Tuesday to Friday from 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM
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