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Baltimore Immigration Museum

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Important museum dedicated to 19th/20th century immigration at Locust Point, Baltimore

It was very important to me to visit this museum because I had discovered that I had family members... read more

Reviewed 24 June 2018
Chicago, Illinois, United States
Awesome little museum

Small museum that packs a big punch. Honestly, it is only two rooms, but they have some much info... read more

Reviewed 27 September 2017
United States
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1308 Beason St, Baltimore, MD 21230-5253
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Reviewed 24 June 2018

It was very important to me to visit this museum because I had discovered that I had family members come through this port in the early part of the 20th century. Because we could not visit during normal business hours, the staff worked with me...More

Thank LLP1
Reviewed 31 October 2017

My husband and I visited the Baltimore Immigration Museum recently. At this museum, we learned about Baltimore’s immigration history in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Baltimore was similar to Ellis Island as it was a major port of entry to the United States for...More

Thank Maggi713
Reviewed 27 September 2017

Small museum that packs a big punch. Honestly, it is only two rooms, but they have some much info here that it is just fantastic. If you have family ancestors who landed in Baltimore, especially Locust Point, then this is the place to go. The...More

Thank 1AnnieEliza
Reviewed 9 July 2017

This is a small museum off the beaten path if you only do the Inner Harbor Walk. But if you get a bike, do consider it. After a lovely bike along the south side of the Inner Harbor and a not-overly-crowded bike on Fort St.,...More

Thank Alan C
Reviewed 27 March 2017

Oh, I hate to give a negative review of a museum that has good if not excellent intentions and a very nice person working there. But, truly, this museum is really in the very early stages of being a museum. It consists of 2 small...More

Thank ingrid c
Reviewed 23 March 2017

The Baltimore Immigration Museum is Baltimore's newest and I've looked forward to visiting it. It's housed in a building in Locust Point near where the immigrants arriving in Baltimore disembarked. It's very modest, only 3 rooms with pictures and write-ups on the experiences of the...More

Thank Karen R
Reviewed 19 March 2017

This is a very small operation, just a couple of rooms with wall posters, only open 1-4 on Saturday and Sunday. However, the posters are well done and easy to read, chock full of readily accessible facts and anecdotes about the history of immigration in...More

Thank SlewpJB
Reviewed 19 March 2017

This new museum is tucked away on a Locust Point side street in a building used to house immigrants over a century ago. (Be aware that the museum is only open on weekend afternoons.) There are three rooms with poster displays describing the flow of...More

Thank Wanderlust777
Reviewed 1 January 2017

This is a recently opened museum and located in a building that housed immigrants that came to the Baltimore from 1830-1914. There are a number of panels and small amount of artifacts that tell the story how different nationalities came to populate Baltimore. The information...More

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