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Reginald F. Lewis Museum, Baltimore

(4.4/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • A very nicely done museum of black history in America. As a white guy, I learned a lot that I was never taught in school... It was fascinating, and certainly disturbing in many ways, but well done, wi...  more »
  • This phenomenal place is a hidden jewel, in Baltimore... right on Pratt Street, this museum encompasses far more than Maryland history and culture-- it stands as a testament to all individuals of colo...  more »
  • this was an unplanned visit. we had walked by the area and learned of this exceptional museum. I learned so much about African American history in Baltimore/Maryland and the nation in general. The pro...  more »
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  • I had the opportunity to visit the museum while visiting my sister in MD. It was AMAZING. Very warm, welcoming and beautiful. We've had the opportunity to visit the James Pate: Kin Killing Kin exhibition there and we were blown away. I hope to visit the museum again on my next visit to the area.
  • A Groupon experience. The Musuem had a barrage of information on Afro-American history in MD. Provided history on slavery, integration, religion, inventions, agriculture, politics, music, art and the culture from past to present. Very educational for all ethnicities, young and old. They also have jazz artist on Thursdays. Check their website to see the performers. Walked away with some history I never knew existed in MD. One exhibit was interactive most are pictorial with display cards for reading. A must see. There is a cafeteria within the museum for entrĂ©es, non-alcoholic drinks and snacks. The price of entry reasonable. Parking is hard to find and the garage is expensive. Plan on walking a distance or paying a lot to park. Make it a day trip, the garage is only $8 entry before 9am. I will be returning.
  • Really a nice first visit experience . Everybody was friendly and professional.
  • Great great great event I went to during the end of the year season. Love seeing so many beautiful people altogether to learn, sell&buy, promote, and be proud of black culture
  • Great museum for events and learning history. Love the kids events!