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Maryland State Department of Education

Maryland State Department of Education and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum Partnership

With education as the primary mission, the Museum and the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) developed a partnership to reach more than 860,000 students and 50,000 teachers in Maryland’s public schools through a K-12 state-wide curriculum, teacher programs and museum based programs.

School Tours & Programs

Schoolchildren can learn about African American history and culture through school programs at the museum, or through on-site programs that the museum offers at schools. The Top 5 Reasons

Permanent Exhibitions

The Reginald F. Lewis Museum's permanent exhibition introduces you to Maryland’s African American heritage via three galleries.

Buy Tickets

Buy Tickets
Tickets can be purchased online, on site or by calling the Visitor Service Desk, 443-263-1875. ($1 per ticket service charge for phone purchases)
Select a link below to order tickets online.



The Reginald F. Lewis Museum offers education programs that encourage students, educators and families to celebrate and think critically about African American history and culture in Maryland. The museum’s collection explores the African American experience and tells the universal story of the struggle for liberty, equality and self-determination.


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