On Saturday, February 14th, Frederick Douglass' wax figure returned home in celebration of his 197th birthday.
On display in the family room of his Cedar Hill home, Frederick Douglass' figure was viewable to guests who took a guided first-floor tour. The tour focused on Douglass' family life, making his figures presence an especially appropriate addition.
Frederick Douglass moved into the home with his family in 1878 and lived there until his death in 1895.
Interested in visiting the Frederick Douglass National Historic Site where Douglass' Cedar Hill home sits? Find out how here.
You can also visit Frederick Douglass' wax figure 365 days a year at Madame Tussauds Washington, D.C.!