Walking Tour of Frederick Douglass’ Old Anacostia
Join local reporter and historian John Muller on a walk through Old Anacostia, examining the neighborhood through the eyes of residents past and present.
Blending historic research and contemporary Ward 8 politics, our guide will lead the group on a walk through time, exploring our city’s most historic Historic District. Stories of presidents, famed one-time resident Frederick Douglass, 19th-century architecture and neighborhood folklore will be woven throughout.
Questions and photography are encouraged throughout the walking tour!
All tickets – $20
This is a private walking tour of the Anacostia neighborhood conducted by an authorized local historian.
Meet at the visitor’s center of the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
1411 W Street SE.
Wear walking shoes, total travel is 1.5 miles.Parts of the tour are not accessible for people with mobility issues. Tour is not ADA accessible.
Metro: Anacostia (Green Line) / 92 Bus, V2, B2
Free parking on site.
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