• Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
  • Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
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Frederick Douglass National Historic Site

Type: Historic Sites, Tours and Excursions



Map / Directions 10Best Says

When Frederick Douglass was born in 1818 on a plantation in Talbot County, Md., he was a slave. Over the course of his 77 years, he would escape slavery, become a leader in the abolitionist movement,...  Read More


Map / Directions Hours:

  • Summer (Apr - Oct): Daily 9am-5pm
  • Winter (Oct - Apr): Daily 9am-4:30pm

Map / Directions Admissions:

  • Reserved Tickets $1.50

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  • Historic Sites: "The site is only open during daylight hours so plan accordingly."
  • Best for Historic Sites Because: A great site to learn more about one of the most prominent leaders of the abolitionist movement.

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