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Jewish Museum of Maryland Review

Sandwiched between two 19th-century synagogues, the Jewish Museum of Maryland has changing exhibits of art, photography, and documents related to the Jewish experience in Maryland. The Lloyd Street Synagogue, to the left of the museum was built in 1845 and was the first in Maryland and the third in the United States. The other, B'nai Israel, was built in 1876 in a uniquely Moorish style. Tours of both synagogues are available.

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  • Address: 15 Lloyd St., Historic Jonestown, Baltimore, MD 21202 | Map It
  • Phone: 410/732–6400
  • Cost: $4
  • Hours: Tues.–Thurs. and Sun. noon–4 and by appointment.
  • Website:
  • Location: Inner Harbor/Downtown

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