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I was a bit Disappointed, first of all the Receptionist wasn’t welcoming in-fact she was Quite rude it seemed like we was Bothering her when we asked about the Museum a give her the money, she just said sit over there with an Attitude a...More
The museum has a video which explains the ties the two men have to the maritime industry in Baltimore. The video is very good. The museum itself is fairly small but compliments the video very well. Its a part of African American history which you...More
This is excellent to visit if you are interested in African-American history, Maritime History, industrial history,, or have a general interest in history. I learned a lot. It is worth the admission price.
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. They ask you to watch a 10 minute video in the...More
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, caulkers in Baltimore shipyards). Information on slavery and African-American life and experiences...More
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 his life.
They are refurbishing an old boat...More
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.
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