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Explore Baltimore like never before as you and your group visit all the most important black-history spots, from the National Great Blacks in Wax Museum to the Maryland African American History Museum. This is the perfect way to both introduce your group to the city of Baltimore and enlighten them on the city's African American history.
National Great Blacks in Wax Museum
First founded in 1983 in a downtown storefront on Saratoga Street, this museum serves as the brainchild of Drs. Elmer and Joanne Martin. The now nationally recognized institution houses over 150 figures of people from the past such as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Barack Obama, and many more. The collection inside has made this museum among the nation's most dynamic cultural and educational institutions, dedicated to the study and preservation of African American history.
Morgan State University Tour
Any prospective college students in your group will want to consider a visit to Morgan State University, a public, historically black research University in Baltimore. This school is the largest of Maryland's HBCUs, seeing many notable alumni pass through its doors that include Rosey Brown, Earl G. Graves Sr, Willie Lanier, and more. The school was first founded in 1867 and has built itself into a Carnegie-classified doctoral research institute that provides excellent instruction to a "multiethnic, multiracial, multinational student body".
Top of the World Observation Tower
This observation experience is located on the World Trade center's 27th floor, the World Trade Center is the world's tallest pentagonal building. On the 27th floor, you will be greeted by 360-degree views of Inner Harbor, the surrounding city, and the Chesapeake Bay through the expansive viewing windows. The views of the Baltimore skyline and harbor beyond will leave you breathless!
Frederick Douglass Isaac Myers Maritime Park
Welcome to the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park, a shipyard turned heritage park that features gallery exhibits honoring African American maritime history. This site is a Living Classrooms Foundation Campus and National Heritage Site that "celebrates the continuation of African Americans in the development of Baltimore's maritime industry".
The USS Constitution Museum is located in Boston, Massachusetts. It houses the largest collection of USS Constitution-related objects assembled in one location. These collections focus on the Ship’s origin, her role in the early republic, her continuing story, and on those who have shaped her history to the present day.
Reginald F Lewis Museum
The Maryland African American History Museum, also known as the Reginald F. Lewis Museum, is the premier educational destination for your student group to learn the history of the African American people, their struggles and triumphs, and much more. Learn about slavery, the Civil Rights movement, the evolution of people's voice and identity through art and literature, and explore the heritage of the African American people through family, community, and faith.