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Frederick Douglass National Historic Site
Preserving the estate of Frederick Douglass, the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site covers over nine acres in southeast Washington D.C. Also known as Cedar Hill, the site has been managed by the National Park Service since 1988.
Drawing nearly 24,000 annual visitors, the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site offers tours of the Douglass home, and a visitor center with exhibits, a bookstore, and the 17-minute film “Fighter for Freedom.”
Visitors may also picnic on the grounds, and take in amazing views of the D.C. skyline.
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