Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park is an educational and national heritage site that highlights African American maritime history. The exhibit chronicles the saga of Frederick Douglass’ life in Baltimore as an enslaved child and young man. We also take a look at the life of Isaac Myers, a free born African American who became a national leader.

As a vistor, you will also learn about the founding of the Chesapeake Marine Railway and Dry Dock Company and the establishment of the African American Community in Baltimore during the 1800’s.

Location: 1417 Thames Street Baltimore, Maryland 21231

Tel: 410.685.0295 x 252

More info at