This museum, housed in a corner row home, declares itself 'Baltimore's Only Black American Museum.' It opened in 1968 and gives visitors a glimpse of African-American life, from the days of slavery and the Civil Rights Movement to the present day. In recent years, the museum has expanded its mission, offering a curious array of services, from custom framing to discount repairs. The museum may also be rented for a minimal donation. Admittance is by appointment with the curator only.