The Jewish Museum of Maryland is one of the country’s leading centers for exhibits on Jewish history and culture.
The Museum has 3 exhibition galleries – two in the Main Museum building, and a new one in the lower level of the Lloyd Street Synagogue, that host changing exhibits of local and national interest. We combine art, rare objects, historical photographs, oral histories, videos and hands-on activities in engaging, informative exhibitions. Each exhibit created or hosted by the Museum reveals new perspectives on the Jewish experience in Maryland and beyond.
The Synagogue Speaks is a new, original multi-media exhibition in the newly-restored Lloyd Street Synagogue. The Synagogue Speaks tells the story of the landmark synagogue and the three immigrant congregations–two Jewish and one Roman Catholic–that occupied it.
The area surrounding the Jewish Museum of Maryland was the center of immigrant Jewish life in Baltimore in the early 1900s, but today only a few remnants of its Jewish past survive. Voices of Lombard Street tells the story of this historic neighborhood from then until now.
Opening March 5th, 2017 The Remembering Auschwitz project combines four unique exhibits into one innovative experience: A Town Known As Auschwitz: The Life and Death of a Jewish Community Developed by the Museum of Jewish Heritage – A Living Memorial to the Holocaust The town of Oświęcim is notorious for one thing: death […]