Jewish Museum of Maryland
Star-Spangled Banner Flag House & 1812 Museum
This historic home, built in 1793, is where Mary Pickersgill sewed the gigantic flag that inspired America's national anthem. Costumed...
Reginald F Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture
Few states have been as defined by their African American population as Maryland, and the museum, across the street from a pre–Civil War...
Two blocks north of the harbor, Port Discovery is a converted fish market, which has a playhouse, a laboratory, a watery activity area,...
Howl at the Moon
Howl stands out from the cookie-cutter clubs of Power Plant Live with its innovative theme: dueling pianos and a back-up band play...
This casual neighborhood place has only a few tables, but it's worth crowding in to sample the excellent Italian pies and gourmet...
15 Lloyd St · interesting places nearby
Jewish Museum of Maryland information
Maryland has traditionally been home to one of the largest, most active Jewish communities in the country, and this is a fine place to explore their experience in America. It also houses two wonderfully preserved historical synagogues. Call or go online for the scheduled hours of synagogue tours.