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Resources Community Connections Events Meet Our Team Find Jewish Clergy or Congregation The Baltimore Board of Rabbis and the JCC are offering a newly revamped Introduction to Judaism program taught in partnership with the Miller Intro to Judaism Program at American Jewish University.
Historic Federal Hill Park, with its gorgeous views of Baltimore Inner Harbor, puts the charm in Charm City.
If you’re looking for even more spectacular views, be sure to visit the 27th floor “top of the world” observation deck of the Baltimore World Trade Center just north of the park.
For the more adventurous, take a sailing lesson together — or go on a thrilling Seadog speedboat tour.
Eat After an afternoon on the water, order seafood at Mo’s Fisherman’s Wharf. For the best Afghani food in town, check out Helmand.