Historic Amusement Parks in Maryland: Separate But Not Equal - VIRTUAL

From their inception, amusement parks were racially segregated, with most operating under a whites-only admissions policy. In the summer of 1963, Baltimore County’s Gwynn Oak Park became one of the first Maryland amusement park to desegregate.
From their inception, amusement parks were racially segregated, with most operating under a whites-only admissions policy. In the summer of 1963, Baltimore County’s Gwynn Oak Park became one of the first Maryland amusement park to desegregate.

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