Located in Baltimore, MD, the Frederick Douglass - Isaac Myers Maritime Park is a romantic waterfront wedding venue. This industrial-inspired building, which sits on the banks of the Patapsco River and the Baltimore harbor, is one of Baltimore's oldest waterfront buildings. You will find this venue in the historic Fells’ Point neighborhood of the city, adding even more character to the already distinctive property. Its stately brick facade provides a breathtaking backdrop to your joyous occasion. Frederick Douglass - Isaac Myers Maritime Park has a rich and storied history. It was constructed to celebrate the contributions made by Baltimore’s African-American population to the city’s maritime industry. This includes the establishment of the Chesapeake Marine Railway and Dry Dock Company. Today, the park is home to the headquarters for the Living Classrooms Foundation. With this, the venue is kept as a museum and art gallery with regularly changing exhibitions. Event spaces at Frederick Douglass - Isaac Myers Maritime Park combine the setting’s industrial past with more romantic elements. Exposed brick walls and wooden beams sit alongside hardwood floors and huge windows, filling the space with sunlight. There are also outdoor settings if you’ve envisioned a waterside wedding. Waterfront balconies add a classic, sophisticated touch to your celebrations and give you the chance to get some fresh air before continuing the day. Inside, gatherings of up to 250 people are welcomed. If you want a much larger soiree, you can stay outdoors with up to 1,000 guests. You have several hours before and after your celebration starts to set up the space and clear away your belongings. Your caterer has plenty of kitchen space to prepare your reception meal, no matter whether you’re spending the day indoors or outdoors.