This summer, Lauren Eller is visiting some of Baltimore’s neighborhood-level museums. Like the communities they are located, these museums have a strong, colorful identity all their own Each deserves a closer look, for though they may be off the beaten track, the history held within is both harrowing and fascinating in equal turns.
The Baltimore Tattoo Museum, nestled in historic Fells Point, is a place that seeks to share the story of the tattoo. Since the late 19th century, this combination of tattoo studio and museum has preserved the rich history of the inky artform. Read More →