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Small but powerful! Can be too traumatic for small kids. Shows you the bowels of a slave ship. Lots of details of relevant Blacks! Need Uber/Lyft to get to and from. Lots of details on lynchings. African American Museum in DC is white-washed so get...More
This is the first of its kind, a black wax Museum, when I read about this place, I had to see it for myself. And that I did I flew all the way from London England, This was an amazing Concept. And very deep the...More
I was impressed with the wide range of characters and information about the diversity of a nationality of people. From African, throughout the America's. Very interesting exhibit, I was happy to have had this experience. An excellent place to take young children to see and...More
I heard about this amazing little museum on the podcast, This American Life, last summer and resolved that I had to see it. It was amazing and moving and horrifying all the while and I know I will be thinking about it for a long...More
Been there 3x over span of 20 years. Long and short, we need that museam, but not in the shape it's in right now. Please, get help! Smithsonian, city of Baltimore, anybody that cares - we cant keep what I saw two months ago open...More
Although the Great Blacks In Wax Museum appears small from the outside, its chock full of artifacts and exhibits that span from the African empires to the first Black POTUS, with all the astronauts, explorers, scientists, business persons, educators, entertainers, politicians, among other professions. Not...More