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Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute And Cultural Center
847 N Howard St
"Check out Keuri Khaleyi African Dance classes on Tuesdays and Saturdays"
Reginald F Lewis Museum
830 E Pratt St (at S President St)
"A must visit museum of African American history. Make sure it's on your list, next time you visit Baltimore."
Maryland Historical Society Museum
201 W Monument St
"Star-Spangled Site: Among the many exhibits are paintings, prints, and artifacts from the Battle for Baltimore, including the earliest original manuscript of the words to our national anthem."
"Great place to walk, lots of restaurants, water taxi, near baseball and football stadiums, its downtown in Baltimore so accessible to many things. Lots to see and do!"
501 E Pratt St
"This is one of the best aquariums in the United States. The dolphin show cannot be missed along with the stingrays and sharks. Can get very crowded at times so bring your patience with you."
Walters Art Museum
600 N Charles St (at Centre St)
"wow! this museum is free!! they could of charge a good amount if they wanted it has whatever art your into .. From renaissance to early 20 century. It has 4 floors and nice helpful staff. A Must see"
Underground Railroad & Heritage
Created by Maryland28 items • 43 followers
Must-See African American Historical Places In US
Created by BET137 items • 643 followers
Historical Monuments, Statues, and Parks
Created by Steven Miller200 items • 48 followers
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