7 - Baltimore American Indian Center
113 South Broadway, Baltimore, MD 21231
Guided tours available on the hour & children’s activities throughout the day.
In the aftermath of World War II, the neighborhood of Upper Fells Point was referred to as “the Reservation” for its predominantly American Indian population. Recognizing the historical significance of this site, the Baltimore American Indian Center (BAIC) was established in 1968 by Lumbee tribe members, offering native families assistance in transitioning into an urban environment. The center stands today as a welcoming institution, providing a warm and inclusive space for the Native American community to congregate, celebrate, and safeguard their cultural heritage, while educating the general population on the legacies of indigenous peoples.
- Accessibility: Fully handicap accessible (Entire building can be accessed via wheelchair)
- Parking: Street Parking
- Restrooms: Public Restrooms