Visitors can experience the lives and achievements of African Americans with courage and perseverance at three of Baltimore’s most favored cultural museums with The Legends and Legacies Experience Pass. Passes are valid for three consecutive days and provide access to The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum (http://www.greatblacksinwax.org), The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture (http://www.africanamericanculture.org) and The Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park http://www.douglassmyers.org). The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum is the first wax museum to celebrate African American history in the nation including more than 100 wax figures and scenes, a full-sized model slave ship, and an exhibit on the role of youth in making history. Visitors can pose for photos with figures of some of the nation’s most famous African Americans including President Barack Obama, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Harriet Tubman and Jackie Robinson. The Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture is dedicated to sharing the stories of African American Marylanders who made an impact on American history, art and culture. The Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park is a national heritage site that explores African American history and gives visitors a glimpse at the lives of both Frederick Douglass and Isaac Myers, two extraordinary individuals whose legacies pushed forward the need for equality in the United States. The Legends and Legacies Experience Pass is available at the Baltimore Visitor Center on the Inner Harbor’s West Shore Promenade. For more information, visit http://baltimore.org/heritage/site.
Multicultural Travel News
Multicultural Travel News newsletter (MTN) covers travel news of interest to ethnic and niche travelers and those who market to them. We write about destinations that interest multicultural travelers or have outreach campaigns to travelers of Hispanic, African American, Asian American and other cultural backgrounds; women; gays/lesbians and people with disabilities.
Published bi-monthly, MTN is written for leisure and business travelers looking for what to see and do and for marketing executives interested in ideas, best practices and the business case for targeting so-called "minority" travelers. Each issue includes content about cities and countries, hotels, airlines, cruise lines, convention and visitor bureaus, tour operators and other travel marketers with a multicultural angle. Multicultural Travel news is written and edited by Lisa Skriloff.
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