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December 11
December 31, 2020
10:00 am
5:00 pm

Hutzler's Experience: How a Small Dry Goods Store Became a Maryland Institution

Hutzler’s department store was a Maryland icon for more than a century. The family-run business grew to 10 stores across Maryland, including its downtown flagship store known as the “Palace.” The Maryland Historical Society is bringing Hutzler’s back to life in a new exhibition, “The Hutzler’s Experience: How a Small Dry Goods Store Became a Maryland Institution.” The exhibition recalls what was an all-day experience for customers when they visited Hutzler’s, displaying products, ephemera, employee uniforms and handbooks, drawings, video from behind-the-scenes at Hutzler’s, and items from the iconic Towson “Tea Room.” A highlight of the exhibition is a reimagined window display, like the Hutzler’s on Baltimore’s Howard Street, which will change with the seasons. “The Hutzler’s Experience” will be on view from December 11, 2019, through December 31, 2020.

The Maryland Historical Society

201 W. Monument St
Baltimore, 21201