Sailboats checker the Chesapeake Bay horizon en route to the Atlantic while big barges head north for port cities like Baltimore, passing quaint rural towns on the Eastern Shore and time-forgotten islands along the way.
When it comes to an introduction to regional Jewish history, the Jewish Museum of Maryland is the destination of choice, a facility that includes two synagogues (B'nai Israel and Lloyd Street) and a museum dedicated to fostering education and understanding of Jewish life in this northern state. On show from the permament collection is a selection of old photographs, historic documents, period clothing, art, memorabilia and other assorted artifacts from Maryland's early Jewish population. Changing exhibits explore themes like Jewish identy, Israel, and World War II in a variety of mediums. Check the events calendar for more information.
Hours + Fees
Noon-4pm, Sun, Tues-Thurs Closed major Jewish holy days
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