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The Jewish Museum of Maryland includes two exhibition galleries, two historic synagogues — Lloyd Street (1845) and Bnai Israel (1876) — a research library and archives and a gift shop.

Starting June 12, The Jewish Museum of Maryland building will be closed to the public until the summer of 2024 for the first phase of a capital project.

Over the course of the next year, we will take major steps towards growing the JMM from a 20th-century museum to a 21st-century one. 

Our employees will still be working on programming, education, archives and collections, audio and video production, exhibition development, capital project support, and so much more, though our programs will be happening offsite at other partner organizations and online.

You can read more about the first phase of this project here.

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