Discover Maryland's rich African-American legacy at this fantastic museum named after Reginald F. Lewis, an illustrious Baltimore businessman. Through its numerous exhibits, the museum tells the story of the earliest African-American influences on state's culture and how it has progressed since. Permanent exhibits at the museum include the Things Hold, Lines Connect Gallery, the Building America Gallery as well as the Strength Of The Mind Gallery, that cover a myriad of topics from the times of slavery to contributions by leading figures. Tours of the facility are available. Check website for more.