Housed in an unprepossessing red-brick building at the top of a hill in the District’s historically black Anacostia neighborhood, this modest museum hosts changing thematic exhibitions spotlighting history, culture and creative expression from an African-American perspective. Exhibits include the 19th-century diary of one-time slave Adam Francis Plummer, who wrote of his foiled plan to escape on the Underground Railroad, and a section on black baseball in segregated DC.
|Venue name:||Anacostia Community Museum|
1901 Fort Place, SE
at Martin Luther King Jr Avenue
|Opening hours:||10am–5pm daily|
|Transport:||Anacostia Metro then W2, W3 bus|