Irish Shrine and Railroad Workers Museum

Built in 1848, the museum displays the life of an Irish-immigrant family in the 1860s plus changing exhibits relating to Irish-American history and local neighborhood life.
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Built in 1848, the museum displays the life of an Irish-immigrant family in the 1860s plus changing exhibits relating to Irish-American history and local neighborhood life.

Hours

Fri, 11am-3pm
Sat, 11am-4pm.

Location

918-920 Lemmon St
Baltimore MD 21223
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  • Educational Resources Available
  • Group Tour Rates Offered
  • Group-Friendly
  • Guided Tours/Guide Available
  • Maximum Group Participants
    40
  • Student Group-Friendly
  • Tour Length
    45 mins-1.5 hr.
Rated 5 by SandyQueue

December 14, 2016

SandyQueue

A Real Look at Early Irish in Baltimore

This off-the-beaten-path museum is a true gem in our City. Whether you have Irish ancestors or not, you will learn something new and truly appreciate the hardships that immigrants overcame in the...

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Rated 5 by Kegan36604

August 03, 2014

Kegan36604

Nicely done

This is a small, intimate museum consisting of two row houses side by side. The director/curator/docent is a nice guy who goes out of his way to be helpful. Not fancy but interesting just the...

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Rated 5 by Donna G

August 12, 2013

Donna G

Know the Irish Contribution and What They Endured

This was one of the best things we did in Baltimore. It makes real the immense contributions and suffering the Irish experienced working on the railroads and living in harsh times. Much of the...

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