Jewish Museum of Maryland, Baltimore

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#14 of 26 in Museums in Baltimore
The Jewish Museum of Maryland is America's leading museum of regional Jewish history, culture and community. The JMM interprets the Jewish experience in America, with special attention to Jewish life in the state of Maryland.

Admission:

Members - Free

Adult – $10

Senior (65+) – $8

Student (13 and over) -$6

Child (4 to 12) – $4

Non-public school (as part of school group) – $2

Public school (as part of school group) – FREE

Children under 4 – FREE

With guest pass – FREE
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  • This museum is in the small side but by the time you're halfway through their exhibit, you feel immersed in the experience of early Jewish settlers in the area. Through displays, a recorded soundtrack...  more »
  • We have been members of this museum for many years. They have wonderful changing and permanent exhibits. Take a tour of the old synagogue. It is wonderful.  more »
  • Touring the synagogues and getting a sense of the amazing Jewish heritage of Baltimore and Jones Town. Well worth the visit. Remember though it’s closed on Saturday for the Jewish sabbath.  more »
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  • Interesting exhibits. Well lead tour of the shuls
  • Nice history.
  • On Tuesday evening, 4/30/13,the residents' of Weinberg Village, Owings Mills, had the pleasure of attending the Living History Performance starring Terry Nicholetti as Bessie Bluefeld. Our evening started with a ride on a school bus with Rachel as our "guide" and hostess. Our sincerest thank you to Rachel and to the Jewish Museum for providing the bus, and the opportunity to be at this Trunk show. We are from New York, living here just 7 years, From our friends we knew of Bessie and the Bluefield Caterers. Most of these neighbors had their special affairs there. But, watching this amazing woman portraying Bessie, we felt as though we too were part of these times. The end was so heartwarming, hearing from her descendants and their memories. Thank you so much for inviting us, Sincerely, Jack & Judy Weinstein
  • Inconvient hours make it hard to visit.

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