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Multicultural

Baltimore’s neighborhoods reflect a tapestry of cultures from around the world. A walk through Little Italy and Greektown reveals delicious old-world cuisine. Jewish culture and history are celebrated and preserved through rare books, oral histories, and fine art at the Jewish Museum of Maryland. At the Irish Shrine and Railroad Workers Museum, hear stories of the brave Irish-Americans who migrated to Baltimore in the late 1840s to escape the “Great Hunger” in Ireland.

Journey through centuries of African American culture, and learn of the great Americans who called Baltimore home, from the nation’s first African American Supreme Court Justice, Thurgood Marshall, and revered abolitionist Frederick Douglass, to musical pioneers like Eubie Blake and Cab Calloway. Find out more about the city’s multicultural history and offerings.

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Featured Places to Visit

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Upton Boxing Center
Upton
1901 Pennsylvania Ave. Baltimore, MD 21217
(443) 984-3655
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Yacht Charters on the Bay by Watermark
Inner Harbor
555 Light St. Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 268-7601
The Charm City Circulator
The Charm City Circulator
Inner Harbor/City Center
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The Charm City Circulator
Inner Harbor/City Center
417 E. Fayette St. Baltimore, MD 21202
(410) 350-0456
Breakout Games
Columbia
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Breakout Games
Columbia
8661 Robert Fulton Dr. Columbia, MD 21046
(443) 832-6980

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African American Heritage Festival

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Black History Month Events in Baltimore

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