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Baltimore Immigration Museum - Immigrant House

1308 Beason Street, Baltimore, MD 21230

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Construction Date:1904


Saturday Limited 1pm-4pm

The Baltimore Immigration Museum tells the story of the many immigrants of various nationalities and ethnicities who came to Baltimore between 1830 and 1914. In 2013, after a long search for a site, the Baltimore Immigration Memorial Inc. and the Christ United Church of Christ partnered to establish a museum in the building adjacent to the church on Beason Street. The building is a very appropriate home for the museum: it was used as an immigrant house from 1904 to 1914 to provide temporary accommodations to immigrants searching for permanent housing. Presentations and tours from 1-4pm.

  • Days and Times Open: Saturday Limited 1pm-4pm
  • Accessibility: First Floor Only
  • Parking: Free Parking and Street Parking
  • Photography: Permitted